The Jewish Floridian

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Title:
The Jewish Floridian
Physical Description:
63 v. : ;
Language:
English
Publisher:
Jewish Floridian Pub. Co.
Place of Publication:
Miami, Fla

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Subjects / Keywords:
Jewish newspapers -- Florida   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Miami-Dade County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre:
newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage:
United States -- Florida -- Dade -- Miami

Notes

Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1927?
Dates or Sequential Designation:
-v. 63, no. 20 (May 18, 1990).
General Note:
Editor: Fred K. Shochet, <1959>.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 5, no. 47 (Nov. 25, 1932).

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University of Florida
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THE JEWISH UNITY
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MIAMI, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27, 1935
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THB JEWISH FI.ORU1IAN
Friday, September 27,
1935
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SOCIETY
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the work of the sis
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.,! the regular meeting of
junior Hadaasah, held last Monday
evening al the home of Mrs. Mur-
ry Grossman, BOO Collins aw.
Mai j visitors were present who
. xtended greetings from various
A revision of chairman-
Mrs v S f Long Beach, ships was announced, the new
. V.. in siting her chairmen being Ida Safe*.'**
p., .; dMvs. 11. H. Mill. Rosalyn Daum, publicity, Mrs.
,a Miller, Hurry Grossman, cultural and pro-
,..,.. Beady Goldenblank, mem-
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birth of a baby daughter at the
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Grossman and Jeanette s-iiKma
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meetings will be held at the Tal!
mud Torah. The program of th
evening consisted of a report bv
Miss Ida Safer of the increase of
_____ J the national membership if .Junior
\,;,a Bernstein, hospi- Hadassah, following which wM,
,,i Mr8 Sol Rotfort, fund ''.view of "Anthony Adver*
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nounced for tin r< pening ^ g rf arrange.
honor of the rummage tore conducted by the com ^ ^ ^ ^ ^
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[day, September 27, 1935
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Three
ROSH HA-SHANAH
Do You Want a Happier New YearHe Jews-
By LUDWIG LEWISOHN
L\nurica's outstanding Jewish
nan of letters wishes you a
happy New Year and tells you
lo achieve it.
mother year and deepening
UmegB on the horizon of our
kple. I" now niany Jewish
, doea there not echo the
[ of the Psalmist: Sechor Ado-
libnei Kdom eth yom Yeru-
i,l.nun' Remember, O Lord,
lainst ihe sons of Kdom the day
Jerusalem! For that "day of
Usalem" is a forever recurrent
|v in our history. Whether East
West, whether by better means
by worse, whether with inten-
k hi purpose more or less in
rmony with our eternal destiny,
do build up again and again
|l!,iii ila'.Mikdash, a temple, or
put at least from age to age we
psider a temple, and again and
in the nations come, the sons
[ Edom, and raze that temple to
ground and make it level with
i earth and soak that earth with
of our martyrs.
More, no! less, tragic does this
turrence grow as the ages pas-.
Ii in older days we did at least
liiil a temple that was a temple
[oui God and a witness of our
iiit. and when it was destroyed
By the physical structure was
Itroyed, only the house built
|th hands, and we, the Jewish
Bple, could wander elsewhere es-
btially unharmed and unimpov-
p.hed because in our loyal hearts
carried with us wherever we
\w: the temple of the eternal and
unwavering knowledge of our
Bt.nv. liut since the so-called
Mancipation we built temples of
bstance not our own and en-
fined in them gods that were
ours and to these gods and
K alone we turned our hearts
III for these gods, these idols of
the nations we spent our strength
and our wisdom and our very souls
and to defend them we died on in-
numerable fields of battle. But
even these temples that we built
to their gods the nations will not
let stand because we built them.
Thatthat, Jews, is the truth, the
bitter and world-piercing but also
ultimately healing truth that cries
out from the blood and tears and
agonized sweat and utter humilia-
tion of our brethren in Germany.
Build no more temples to the gods
of the heathento the gods of
power, to the gods of battle, to
the gods of mere worldly knowl-
edge unquickened by mercy and
by love. Build temples in your
hearts to the Eternal of Israel
whose prophet inaugurated the
first and the only decisive revolu-
tion in the affairs of mankind, a
revolution that has never been
won, a revolution of which we,
the Jews, are the bearers and re-
sponsible executantsthe revolu-
tion that was announced in the
great mystic words that embody
forever the nature of the moral
life: Vahavta I'reacha kamocha.
ani Adonai. And thou shalt bear
love unto thy neighbor as unto
thyself. I am the Lord.
No, this is no mere maggiduth
or sermonizing. It is, by the se-
verest tests of historical fact and
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truth of the matter. For consider
the nations of the earth and their
story. Like plants or like trees
they grow and grow stronger up to
a certain point and reach what
seems permanent dominance and
power. And then it is seen that
in that highest reach there slum-
bered already the seed of their
decay. And the decay set in and
they witheredtheir power and
their folk, and finally they left
only a monument and a name. This
thing happened to Egypt and to
Greece and to Rome. And where
today is the far-flung empire of
Spain? And where on some his-
toric tomorrow will be the Reich
of the Germans? The good of
the spirit have remainedHomel-
and Euripides and Virgil and Cer-
vantes, even as Mozart and Goethe
will remain. But all that was
gained by force and conquest, all
that was achieved by the humilia-
tion and murder of human breth-
renall that withers and dies and
is at last blown with the random
winds.
Why are we here at all? Why-
are we not with the Babylonians
who conquered us and with the
Greeks and the Hellenized Romans
to whom we sold out spiritually
precisely as we sold our hearts to
the Germans? Because after that
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last revolt under Bar Kochba we
abandoned and had to abandon the
sword. Because we had no force
or power or possibility of domi-
nance. Because we did not betray
and could not betray the central
mystery of the moral life of man.
Therefore were we torn out of the
context of history and liberated
from the eternal wheel. We too
have known not one but many,
many periods of decay. But from
that decay we rose again and
again; each grave of the Jewish
people was the scene of a resur-
rection. For a hundred years the
lews of (iei many withered and de-
cayed as .lews. For a hundred
years they added to the glory and
the splendor of a pagan polity and
lived for it and died for it. And
(Continued on Pane- 26)
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 27,

Thli authoritative bird's-eye
vie* ..I iht >i ;ir 5695 was com-
piled bj the managing editor
nf the Seven Art- and la baaed
mi uncontrovertible data. I he
introductorj aurvej presents
complete picture of the devel-
opment "I Jewish life durini:
the past year throughout the
world. The Editor.
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.MIAMI. FLA.
WALDORF'S
STAR KOSHER MEAT
and
POULTRY MARKET
237 N. W. Fifth St.
Phone :'.-22'.>:
Catholic, Pr >ti
Jewish leadership in dealing with
.,; and religioua p<
an ever before. It must
rded that organized
Jewry ia st:ll at odds.
in policies and tac-
etweet the Ami rican Jewish
: the B'nai B'rith on
: and the American
ss and the Zionist
n the other remained
- was two year ago.
Ami rican Jewish
tly gave up its
I for a world Jewish i on-
any prog-
rganizing American Jew-
Itii s, there was an un-
Inuoua friction,
attempt of the
ss-Ziot t grou '
iphy of Jewish life upon the
Jewry i:.
inner. i'ue to
economic necessity Jt.wish jjg*
a number of cities through''
(Continued on Page 23)
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THE TIRE M\\
973 W. Plagler St.
MIAMI
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We Extend Our
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hday,
September 27, 1935
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Five
HALL WE SOLVE THE PROBLEM7 k 'ter vain thin8
_________ "" profit or deliver. Look well to
A New Year Message
By RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM
Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach
|An- we to remain Jews simply : Europe, but it is also a question
Tausr it is necessary, or because of the Jewish culture and the Jew-
an inner desire to continue the ish spirit,
lavish culture and spirit? This It is true that we are being made
your souls ami consider your ads;
forsake each of you his evil ways
and thoughts, and return unto
God, so that he may have mercy
upon you." Moses Maimonides.
WRITTEN AND SEALED
the question
Bt each and
|,.ry one of us
lould ask him-
|lf at the out-
!' the New
ptr. Standing
; the threshold
I the New Year
Lt is about to
>wn upon us,
must realize
Lit it' it is to
rinir joy and
ppiness, not
11 y to our-
|lve-. Iiut to
|,i people, it
u i not merely
other year;
must answer
to realize daily
that Palestine is
the only open
d o o r through
which the Jews
can escape from
the hell in west-
srn Kurope. Pal-
e-tine is more
than a mere
outer need; it is
also an answer
to the inner de-
mand of the
world in general
and especially
of the .lew-. We
need Palestine
as a spiritual
center for the
Jewish world. If
the Jewish cul-
"To be inscribed in the book of
life." This must be understood in
a spiritual sense. When a man
clings to the love of God, and. put-
ting his trust in his infinite mercy,
takes upon himself the yoke of
the Kingdom of Heavenhe there-
with Inscribes himself in the Hook
Of Life. Whereas the man. a slave
to his passions, who bo loses his
belief in the all-embracing love of
God that he fails to repent and re-
turn to his Father in Heaven, this
despairing of the love of God is
equivalent to his being inscribed
God forbid in the Book of Death.
Israel Haalshem, 1760.
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To Our Many Jewish Friends
We Extend
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
:
. question of whether we desire tore and the Jewish people are to
[continue merely as Jews, leading su,vivi' ""' flourish, they must
. ,a] Jewish life without a fh.8Ve a l'la'" in ,h" wor,d- ""
. tney can live as Jews primarily, not
and without a goal, or to just secondarilyi ,,, lllal iswha(
ling some novelty of a Jewish Eretz-Isroel offers the Jew, as ex-
ogram into the life of the New pressed in the words of the rabbis:
fear 5696. "Ki mitziyon tetze torah uclvar
The answer to this most impor- adonoy mirushlaiyim," "For out of
In! and imperative question which Zion shall come forth the law and
[of paramount value in our Jew- the word of God out of Jerusalem."
life i> Palestine. We must first This, then, must become not mere-
all realize that the Jew cannot ly a dream, but a reality, for only
Bil a full Jewish life of culture in this lies the salvation and the
spiritual value in any other future of Jewish life. May God
than in Palestine. The Jew grant, this year, the realization of
today needs Palestine more than this, our only hope, for the future
stinc needs him. It is not only of our Jewish spiritual life, and
[question of economics, or of a may He grant us all a genuine
ivon of refuge for those who are Happy and Prosperous New Year,
hi en from various countries in I.ashonoh Tovah Tikosevu.
GREETING TO ALL OUR
FRIENDS
MR. AND MRS.
M. LIPOWSKY
AND FAMILY
Royal Apts
Miami Heach
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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. ItSI
Vol. HNo. 3
the Shofar on New Year's Day
has a profound meaning. It says:
"Awake, ye sleepers, and ponder
your deeds; remember your Cre-
ator and no back to Him in peni-
tence. Be not of those that miss
realities in their bunt after shad-
ows, and waste their year- in seek- q
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Friday, September

A Comprehensive review and
chronological table of the Ger-
man Jewih tragedy written
and compiled In an authorita-
tive observer.The Editor.
There was not a sincle official
of the German government who
with the anti-
S e in i t i c policy sponsored by
Stretcher and Go. and carried ""^ ~re nnly ,,,,,.,,,^,.,1 to con-
hibited. In other words, German
Jews were driven to a me
ehetto life.
That the "scientific" anti-Sem-
itet of Germany were benl not
merely on driving the Jews from
high positions, but were deter-
mined to drive them OUt of the
country became clear. Schools and
training farms established by Ger-
man Jews with funds raised abroad
for the economic adjustment and
nation of German Jewish
out by thousands of lesser officials.
The browi fa b- The interpretation of Dr. Hjalmar
ntinu to clutch the Scha (it's address last July as
throat fGen an; n 6695 meaning that the minister of eco-
warned his Nazi i
of thi
program was merely another piece
an ei rhe Gern an Jew-
ish question still defies all solution,
. ; in the course
ist yea that the Hitler
realize the futility
anti-Jen policj If
tinue with the strict understanding
that their graduates would leave
mntry. The German govern-
ment pave indications that it would
even be ready to co-operate on any
scheme intended to accelerate the
ike any other member of the Hit-
I in a position
, yeai : tragi uld I pposes thi Fuehrer. Goebbels'
ft rror. Tin- and St aggressive anti-
ise the Nazi government took Jewisl a complete
ht in playing the game of cat
iring the last twelve
: were times after
n east 1 ad administered
an almost deadly Mow to the Jew-
i when the beast lay mo-
Schacht, ; permit emigrants a cer-
iin lattitude in taking with them
ets. The Z
Organization was permitted to car-
. aus the slogan of the
Jews, go hack to Pales-
still held good.
A decision to intensify
against
. a i was t I duly car-
it
The numbei of Jewish unoni-
increased daily. Jewish
tionless ami purring, forgetting for storekeepers were compelled to
a while about its victim. Those in- give up their businesses, Jewish
ng which the Nazi lawyers and doctors were placed
nment i ntrol and were not
paralyzing Jewish life economical- permitted to handle "Aryan busi-
ly, hut with sparing it physically,
rifying periods
in Jewry. It knew that
the blow would soon fall, but could
e when and where. There
:.a: .:. Jewish refu-
:..--.' The universities, secondary
and elementary schools were
: of all Jewish professors
and teachers. Jewish students in
higher and elementary schools of
treated in such a
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Room .'{.">
Halcyon Arcade No. 2
Phone 2-2818
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any further studies. The theatre
and motion picture industries
eliminated all non-Aryans. More
than that, imported films starring
Jew- or written by Jews were pro-
that the bi iwn danger manner as to di- them from
i and that Hitler had iii-
who believed during the
augurated a new policy toward the
ided rel igees
retun N'aziland and were
quick ncentration
amp In th( latter part 01
entin world
would never give
Up its anti-Semitic program and
the Jews of Germany were
d unless !p became
a able.
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for a
IIAI'l"! NEW YEAH
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AM) EGG COMPANY
Direct From Our Farm By
Our Own Trucks
1:!.',.-, \. W. 7th Ave.
Ml VMI. II. \.
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I'hysio-Thera:
605 S. \Y. .")th Ave.
Phone 2-0332
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GLADYS ADAMS
BEAUTY SHOP
(Finger Wave 35c Shampoo 35cJ
'Permanent Wav 1 V II. BRANCHES OF BEAUTYi
CULTURE
7 E. Flagler St.
11 (ver (Iran:' i
Phone 2-67B3
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Allied
Printing
Trades
Council
of
Greater Miami
Kxtends cordial New Year's
GREETINGS to the Jewish
people and invites their co-
operation in promoting bet-
ter economic and social con-
ditions by having this label
'.:.
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Used on all printing they pur-
chase or issue.
Hy doing so, they would
conform to the enviable rec-
ords of Jewish trade unions
and individual Jewish trade
union members, who almost
universally an- among the
most progressive, aggre-sive.
( Zealous and loyal among the
I rank.- of organized labor.
BENTON G. TAYLOR,
Pi esident,
A. J. PRIPP,
Secretary,
secretary, q
Of A. P. T. C, Of Miami, Ela.
! i Union, o
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Packard
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a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
I a nrmTrinrrj i
HIRSCH-FAl TH. Inc.
EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE
Interior Decorators and
Importers
Biscayne Blvd. at 14th Ter.
Phone 2-."i(ili
MIAMI
When Hitler's foreign polio-
achieved marked successes and the
rearmament program was legalized
by the great powers, Jews, far
from participating in this so-called
re-entry of Germany into the co-
terie of treat powers, were clearly
told that they do not belong. The
military conscription law explicit-
ly haired Jews, but in case of war
they were to be permitted to serve
as ditch diggers. Germany tried
nvince the world that Jews
could never he patriots in their
adopted fatherlands.
(Continued on Page 21)
MR. and MRS.
MORTON FAG AN
and Daughter
SUNSHINE
of the
Palatial Kosher
Restaurant
265 N. E. Second Street
Extend to All Their Friends
and Patrons
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ELDER FAN CO
25 N. W. 3rd St.
Phone 2-6.">0|
(oolair. Eihaunt and Vtl
iliti>,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BART A. RILE?
Seybold Bldg.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
YUTTS'
BARBER SHOP
"Air Conditioned"
151 S. E. First St.
I'hone 2-92H2
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for a
SINCERE WISHES
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
a rmnrmiiE[
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Florida Linen
Supply Co.
1408 N. \V. 7th Court
W. P. EAVENSON, Mgr.
SIDEBOTTOM
ICE CREAM CO.
1400 W. Flagler St.
2424 N. W. 7th Ave.
733 N. W. 34th St.
Phone 2-3812
oc^x3>oo DALE JAMES
of
THE FAIR PRACTICE "|
BUREAU
Wishes for All His Jew:-- ,
Friends a ,
HAPPY NEW YEAR .
LOUIS RIFAS
HYLAND RIFAS 1
and the
MIAMI TITLE &
ABSTRACT CO. :
11 N. E. First Ave.
Extend to All Sincere Wishes for a Very Happy .
and Prosperous New Year


Kday, September 27, 1935
THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN
"Let Us Understand Each Other!"
Pajri' Seven
THE WHINEKS
A New Year Message
'Ban k"m
Bl"
Yecholim
all Israel, every one who arc
I don't mind a man with a red-
blooded kick
At .1 real or fancied wrong;
I can stand for the chap with a
grouch, if he's quick
To drop it when joy comes
along;
I have praise for the fellow who
says what he thinks,
Though his thought! may not fit But spare i
with mine;
I am willing to listen to sinner or
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\\. F. PAYNE
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Floor Sanding and Finishing
413 N. K. 89th St.
Phone Bdgewater 1917
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for I
A HAPPY NEW YEAR |
'Id All My Jewish Friends
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO
Beth David Congregation
Sheballe Teahuvalare advancing with slow and un-
dlm, Kin Zaddikim Gem.....in, certain steps, with tear-stained
L!*T.?drr.I!,r'facea and ,""1 head- Tiu'-v. too,
Mother /.ion's children, but :^ut Kl)a"' me from having to mix
they have wan- witn the ginks,
dered far away U'"" K through the world with
a n ,l cut the wh-ne.
bonds of love
that link them
to their broth-
is. These are
the lust sheep of
'.he House of Is-
rael, who have
discarded the
affections and
loyalties of their
r hi Id hood days, .......'.............ii"Miiiim....................minium.......ummimn......<
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thinking never =
to return. Now E
they are return- =
i n g, knowing E
not the welcome =
that awaits E
them. Will their E
brothers whom E E
thej despised, their .Mother whom ~ =
i i | accompany it. Let us they had neglected, meet them = =
I friends, lest our selt'-suf- with the vengeful ami mocking E l()|l\ It O'RFAR =
I i or our spirit of arrogance smile of triumph? For in the past. = =
- whence there is no return- they had often mocked the hop,-- g,...........,.......,......,. =
and aspirations of' their brothers,
I lie permitted to begin my Lost Sheep of Israel you need
I lashanah message this year have no fear! Upon the mountain
ill a panorama: Upon a lofty top stands .Mother Zion, smilinir
|untain top we stand every year, through her tears with arms out-
. the hillsides, the roll- stretched,
fields and the distant valleys. Yes, the children are returning,
Dm the mountain peak we see for the Shofar blast is sounded;
Ire are roads throbbing with life, not the blast of the ram's horn
th til- streams of pilgrims as- alone, hut the blasting of hopes,
i to the Mountain of the ,lie alarm of persecution, the trou-
rd' House, For these marching bled tidings of a new wave of
>t- are the children of Israel, hatred and Buffering. Far more
irning home to their Mother tragic than the physical assaults
It. i -or to the goal of their upon the .lews in Germany, more
| there tread her most loyal cruel than the economic destruc-
i a I daughters who have never tion being visited upon our broth-
| their Mother and whose ers, is the spiritual debacle, the
!'in her has never lost its in- breaking of the pipe dream of as-
Mty. tin the lower ridges of similatioii. the blunt emergence of
tain are those of her chil- the self-evident truth that .lews
f i have drawn away from !"'(' Jcwa fir8t' whether they re- /^
I .. ., membi r it or not. So there has
I rnal root, but who, on the ........
saint
Who is willing to fi^ht for his
rights,
And there is something in an hon-
est complaint
That the soul of me really de-
lights;
For kickers are useful and grouch-
es are wise,
For their purpose is frequently
fine,
from having to mix
with the guys
Who go through the world with
a whine.
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GREETINGS
JOHN A. MOORE
and
BISCAYNE KNCHNEERING
COMPANY
218 N. F. Second Ave.
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o
tme enough
be brave, and
Lest enough
Irecogn ize
It.., examines
conduct and
e p a r es his
kral Inventory.
Luine P e n i-
Ice, during the
jricxl c o m -
kneing w i t h
Hashanah
I ending with
loin Kippur,
list come with
pfession; not
izy regrets,
I- finite ad-
| n of fault)
of -in.
| >:i 0 I
alone is not
Ifji Delei niination t
di
li
SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SOUTH ATLANTIC
MORTGAGE CO.
PHILIP DUSENBURY
T. B. HAMILTON
12S N. E. First St.
Phone 8-3679


BEST WISH KS
for a
VERY HAPPY NEW
YEAR
To All My Jewish Friends
*
C. H. BANCROFT
S II () L E M !
Bes1 Wishes for a Happy
and PEACEful
New Year
CEO. W. PEACE
& CO.
Manufacturers of
Millwork, Etc.
2(1 N. W. .tllh St.
Phone 2-2564
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SINCERE WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. A. T. KNOWLES
Veterinarian
2936 N. W. 17th Ave.
LI
a
HEARTY GREETINGS
AND BEST WISHES
*
FEDERAL HAKE SHOP
F. A. GRIMMIG, Mgr.
*
Wedding and Party Cakes
Our Specialty
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On the New Year
CORA I, WAY
DRY CLEANERS
227 (oral Way
(oral Gables Ev. .1(1
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Wishing Our Jewish Friends
\ HAPPY NEW YEAR
been a return, and many of Is- |
1 occasion8' return toiraeI'8 sons and daughters are alive
vhence they are sprung. tl, new awareness of their Jew- 1
e are fixed upon an- ish identity.
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Our Sincere Wishes
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
To All Our Jewish Customers
and Friends
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GRAHAM SERVICE
Hay and Nite Service
PARKING
SI S. W. 1st St.
Phone 2-72.i.i
We Wish for Our Many
\ Jewish Friends and Customers
I A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR
a i
.;
New York Bread & Cake Co.
Mr. and Mrs. I. Scholnik
and Family
171 S. W. Stb SI.
162 N. W. ">th SI.
Phone 2-7852



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129 N. E. First St. Phone 2-3660
FREEMAN & SONS, Inc.
REO DISTRIBUTORS
Passenger Cars Motor Coaches
Trucks
MIAMI
Phone 2-8101
JACKSONVILLE
Phone .">-122K
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To Our Jewish Friends
HARRIS -TRAV-I.-RITE
TRAILER
86 N. W. 10th St.
MIAMI, FLORIDA



Pag
THE JEWISH PLOBIDIAN
Friday, September 27,,
TASK AND CHALLENGE
The Picture of Jewish Education in America Today
B) BERNARD SEMIT.
Salient farts and figures or
Jewish education, throwing a
revealing light on the impor-
tance and %-aatnesa of the prob-
lem iii our country. The au-
thor i* honorarj secretary of
the Jewiah Education Associa-
tion.The Editor.
Thei er a million Jewish
childrenlittle ones, bigger i i -
and big ones who should be
spending Borne part of their pre-
liring knowledge
faitl traditions and the
culture of then- people. Over a
million of them is the estimate.
:' mnd in the public
of the land, in
igh scl ils and in the higher
f li arning, We may
visualize them a- a vast host or a
,-ing forward
i- the futureour future,
ii ure of the Jewish people in
;. \ n I not only of the
if America, hut of our peo-
everjhere; for doesn't the
: amply prove that Amei at
is an important factor in
our people through-

How is tin- vast
equipped to perform tin- charge
j has laid upon it'.' Arc
they armed for this great and
; ? May we, the par-
-. go our way with
cure feeling that our burden
Til taken up by shoulders
able in arrj it? This is a ques-
ii which there may be va-
. but n i- well that
ml who give the matter thought
II .lew- should give this mat-
ighl ; e in posses-
sion of the basic facts involved
They should, in
other words, haw -nine picture of
thi al i Jew ish education in
B
It may be argued, and ai.
that figure.-, statis-
tics, quantity are not important.
In Jewii i. thought there run- like
of the
lowing importance of the
individual human >ul. A Jewish
. says a popular Yiddish pi o\ -
annol easured, I
the life of a lingle
the Talmud, you have
I a univei Si Any Jewish
:. -ays the popular belief,
me the n ithei of the
Messiah. Any child of ours in
whose heart and soul our great ami
immemorial heritage has been im-
planted, may become his people's
-a', lour.
Quantity, true enough, is not the
most important consideration. Nev-
ertheless, anyone who desires a
picture of the status of Jewish ed-
ucation in America cannot ignore
the salient facts and figuri -.
Over a million keen, bright-eyed,
eager Jewish children, over a mil-
lien souls for whom we of the
older generation, parent- and com-
munal worker-, must answer.
Whatever oth,-r responsibilities
h leadership may have, this
one i- surelj among the most se-
rious. How many of thi- vast
number do receive some sort of
in? Probably no
than a ul 225,....... A little
over twenty per cent of the total.
That is the number of Jewish chil-
dren who at any given moment
ing instructed in the Jewish
heritage of mind and spirit; al-
. it should be added that in
lurse of their lives the num-
ber of our children who receive
Jewish instruction, much or little,
a higher proportion of
total, approximately 60 per
cent. But if at any moment you
approach the million-headed pro-
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EAGLE AWNING CO., Inc.
1758 N. E. 2nd Ave.
.--. m and take out one hundred
at random you will find that ap-
. mately 78 of them are being.
in the Jewish cultural sense, dis-
inherited.
The figure- just cited are basic
and. to a mind gifted with imagi-
nation, spiritual as well a* visual,
they tell the story almost com-
pletely. It is not a story calcu-
i. make us happier. It is a
story that should fill us with anx-
iety for the future. It is a record
that should set our best energies
into motion in search of a remedy.
Let us. for the time being, shift
our attention from the T> pi I
of the disinherited ami confine it
to those of our children in Amer-
ica who are receiving instruction
in the Jewish heritage. What sort
lools do these children attend
and what sort of instruction are
they receiving'.' We have, to begin
with, the week-day school, thi aft-
ern.....1 school that supplements the
public secular school. In schools
of this type there are approxi-
: ., |j 120,000 children throughout
the country. In many of these
schools the children meet five times
k, in other only three times
a week. The sessions also vary in
length from a little over an h- ur
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to two and even three hours. Moat
of the schools are of the congrega-
tional type, that is. they are at-
tached to definite synagogues or
temples. Others are of a commu-
nal character, that is to say, they
are independent institutions con-
trolled by their own directors and.
executives. Still others, the Yid-
dish schools, are part of the sys-
tem aided and controlled by cen-
tral bodies.
Whatever substantial achieve-
ments can up to the present be
credited to Jewish education in
America, it is the week-day school
which is entitled to the largest
(Continued on Page 20)
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tor
A HAPPY AND
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McBRIDE HOTEL
SrdAve. & W. Flagler St.
MRS. ROSE McBRIDE
for

a A HAPPY NEW YEAR
UNITED DRY DOCK
MACHINERY
CORPORATION
MR. FILLER
832 N. W. 12th Ct.
Phone 2-21li:,
fmmmmm a.aBaa
SINCERE GREETINGS
ANT) BEST WISHES
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EEKT WILLIAMS
GENERAL contractor
242 N. W. 12th Ave.
Phone 2-6209
I'hime Evergreen 1207
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HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
GORDON'S SABANA BAR
JACK GORDON
806 N. Miami Ave.
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A IIAI'I 'i AND
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\Y. E. Mc KINNEY
Ei crylhing n the Eloor
( in em i! Line
us? n. w .'Kith St.
Phone 2-5870
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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THE SPANISH SHOPS
Antiques Restored and
Reproduced
Furniture Designers
Cabinet Makers
I'pholsterers and Finishers
1001-1005 S. W. 8th St.
Phone 2-2334
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/
GREETINGS
A Happy and ProsperOU
New Year

5 FIRST STATE RANK

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JARRETT COFFEE COMPANY
ROASTERS and P ICKERS of
COFFEES AND TEAS
") Phone 2-2171
WISH FOR \l.l. THEIR JEWISH FRIENDS
A HAPPY NEW YEAR

SINCERE WIS1
for a
ES
J
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR t
KHEPARI) ELEVATOR '
COMPANY /
Electrical, Mechanical
Engineers
Modernizing Repair Parts
Maintenance
(HAS. W. HORTON
W. M. HORTON
of
HI A LEAH, FLA.
>ooc=}ocTr3o^ 6
\V. H. THOMAS
DAIRY
961 S. \V. (i.'ith Ave
The Finest in Dairi ProfecU
Evergreen 'iW2
COOOOOOOOOOOO.
237 N. W. :51st St.
j Phone 3-1212
i
New Year Greetings to the Jewish People
WM. F. ERA NT/.
SUNNY SOUTH PAINT CO.
B01-821 N. Miami Ave. Phones 2-6002246tf
Benjamin Mm.re Company's Complete Line of Paints
"The Complete Paint Store"
THE OFFICERS
of
I?-
i
MR. AND MRS. MAX FEIT
MR. AND MRS. I. SCHLESSINGER
and the
M. & M. SALVAGE CORP.
670 N. W. FOURTEENTH ST.
Wish All Their Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
District Grand Lodge No. 5
B'NAI B'RITH
Extend to Its Members
fiends and Jewry at Large of the State of Florida
CORDIAL GREETINGS and GOOD WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Way, September 27, 1935
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Jews in Contemporary Literature
Review of Jewish Contributions to American I etters
During 5695
Page Nine
By HENRY MONTOR
IWhat ten books that were writ-
oj Jews and that were puli-
l,,,,! in America during the 1984.
hook season will outlast the
,gjtory life of the circulating
,ai\ There are occasions when
re niitfht be sharp differences
opinion; but this year there is,
lh two or three exceptions, a
an breach between permanent
ditions to our body of literature
i those hooks which fail, either
theme or execution, to embody
ptlng ipialities.
This reviewer's choices are as
|low:
In lirlion:
The Forty Days of Musa Daj;h.
: Franz Werfel.
The Foundry, by Albert Halper
Land of Promise, by Leo I.atiia.
(all It Sleep, by Henry Roth.
Kerkhoven's Third Existence, by
kob Wassermann.
In Non-FictionJ
The State in Theory and I'rac-
v. by Harold J. Laski.
Erasmus of Rotterdam, by Ste-
n Zweig.
Autobiography of Michel de
ontaiKne, Edited by Marvin Low-
thai.
by Kdmond Fletr.
.lev.- iii Palestine, by Abraham
ivusky.
Iii tin field of fiction there is a
urh richer fare this year than
ere was last year. Preferences
these matters are, of course,
bjective. Last year the choices
"Three Cities"' by Sholom
sch; "Tbc Oppermanns" by I.ion
puchtwunRer; "Last Pioneers" by
Ivin I'. Levy; "One Happy Jew"
Nic I Ferber; and "Long Re-
iiibci" by Mackinlay Kantor.
ll-fiction the choices last
i wen "How odd "I' God" by
I B a ne; "Judaism as a Civi-
feation" by Pablo Mordecai M.
apian; "History of Palestine" by
i"li ill Haas; "I Was a German"
& Kin-' Toller; and "The Quest
ity" by Dr. I. M. Rubinow.
I 'itinn of what this writer
jrard.i a- the "ten foremost"
w>k.< i an arbitrary publishing
lason illuminates a topic that
mis its.If t,, special treatment at j
lis t in'' in view of the situation
any, where for more than
' us the Nazis have been
" the alleged and actual
Dlinance of Jews in important
literature,
he ten books mentioned
above only two are hy native
American writers. These are Al-
bert Halper and Henry Roth. Mar-
vin Lowenthal is, of curse, an
American, but in view of the eclec-
tic character of the book for which
he is responsible, he is eliminated
from the tabulation. Year after
year this same proportion prevails,
revealing either the incompetence
or the indifferent quality of the
average American Jewish writer.
During the past year there, were
books by Waldo Frank ami Edward
Dahlberg, although the novel by
the latter deserves only the most
glancing consideration. There is a
magnificent stylist like Robert
Nathan and a developing novelist
like Benjamin Appel. The name of
Ludwig Lewisohn too may be in-
cluded even though he is nut a
native. Hut when one has men-
tioned these names one has vir-
ually exhausted the list of thos-
who may be considered anywhere
near the vanguard of native Amer-
ican literature.
With but the exceptions noted
above, the Jew as a writer has
done little to enrich the literary
creativity of America. He has been
engaged in writing popularly suc-
cessful novels, such as those of

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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Eleven
iAI B'RITH SENDS A MESSAGE
lly EDWARD E. GRUSU
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k,. past year has been one o! Hillel Foundation Commission, with
[ih and expanded service on Dr. Lee J. Levinger as director.
tart of B'nai B'rith. Last Oc- A tenth Hillel Foundation was
\ tred M. Cohen, president established at Pennsylvania State
ler, celebrated his 75th College, and the scope and activ-
idaj anniversary. In honor of itiei of the other nine were in-
event the order launched a creased and strengthened,
tawide membership campaign Nearly 8,000 Jewish students are
BtiiiR i" more than 13,000 new now being served by the ten Hillel
Ibers. Foundations; from the ranks of
Ls. I believe, was the result of their graduates have already come,
{cognition on the part of the even in the short twelve years of
lsh population that B'nai B'rith their existence, many of the young-
Is an opportunity to serve sore- er Jewish community leaders and
I ..... ed Israel. active followers,
fnai B'rith's only unwavering The A. L. A.. B'nai B'rith's jun-
ly from its beginning, in 1843, ior order's, growth the past year
t unite all Israelites in the has been rapid, and at its latest
jce of Jewry and humanity, convention it lowered the age limit
(v. with world conditions what from 16 to 16 so as to include
are, that service is needed in thousands of Jewish boys not pre-
mier measure than ever before, viously eligible. It has some litKI j-j |jke a
[iiiii B'rith's historic 14th Quin- chapters in the United States and
Lial Convention was held in Canada.
Ihington, D. C, early in May of B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamatioi t
I year. There it was decided to League has done sterling work in /
lish permanent headquarters protecting the good name of the
nation's capital within the Jew on Stage and screen, in books
three years; the name of the and the press, on the pulpit and /
ktitution Grand Lodge was radio. It has fought and is still J
I.. i Supreme Lodge; worn- fighting incipient Fascist move-
auxiliar.es and districts were merits and leaders in this country. /
l recognized and encour- The above does not include the /
th< order's special activities, work of local Indues in this coun- J
- \ /.. A.. Anti-Defamatin try. Philanthropy, good will work.
ii', Hillel Foundations, Mayo scholarships to needy students, em- ij
ployment bureaus, Jewish educa-
tion, social service and civic co-op-
eration are among the activities of
local lodges.
Editor's NoteIt were high
time that Florida lodges would
emulate the splendid example
set by the Supreme Lodge.
Mere growth in membership
does not solve or in the least
alleviate Israel's problems.
Only those should lead who by
their courageous example
cause others to emulate them.
Florida lodges need revitaliza-
tion the breathing into
them of the spirit of the Mac-
cabees May the coming
year be one of action and ac-
complishment for Florida B'nai
B'rith, so that they. too. may-
point to as successful an era
of accomplishment as the Su-
preme Lodge.
And greet me with a rousing
cheer.
I'd like to climb to topmost heights.
where mediocrity is barred;
But that means working late at
nights.
And that's too hard.
I'd like to write a clever book.
I've started once or twice to do
it:
When 1 should work, mv ease I
took,
\nd so I've never struggled
through it.
I've had ideas in my head.
And could succeed without a
IT) LIKE TO.
I'd like to have my share of fame.
I'd like to be a leader here.
men to know my name.
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doubt;
But I've done nothing, a- I've said,
It i- so hard to work them out.
I'm certain I could stand success.
And I would get it if men knew
me;
I wonder why they never guess
My worth and hand their prize-
to me?
I want to hold an honored place.
I'm very sick of merely clerk-
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MokI any station I will grace.
If I can get it without working.
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|i continue and expand
:e. It was recommend-
thai B'nai B'rith attempt to
lie of the Joint Coun-
ii ; ., continue in greater
i good wiil work of
B'rith with religious groups;
ist Discrimination Committees
mended for each im-
I in the country to deal
the problem of Anti-Semit-
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as decided to establish an Anti-
; League for Canada.
|nothei achievement of the year
stablishment of a re-
au by the B'nai B'rith
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
ROSH HASHONO
A New Year's Message
By RABBI JULIUS WASHER
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation
. what does
Page Thirteen
R0r,h Hashono
portend what significant
lessage does it convey whence
Ices it come .
It is interest-__________________
ng to note that
(he very phrase
lRo?h Hasho-
|,0" is not even
entioned in the
Bible, in the
five Books of
Hoses. Therein
Le simply fin [In the seventh
Bonth, the first
W the month,
Lhall be unto
k-ou a day of
test, a day <>f
[owing the
Ishofar." The
term "R<>*h Ha-
shono" is not
Jfound until the
Id a y s of the
Iprophet Ezekiel
and years come in rapid succes-
sion, each an integral part of the
past, present and future. Each
day is devoted to the service of
______________ God and man-
kind. Thus he
needs no New
year whereon to
make or renew
resolutions, only
1" be again dis-
carded after the-
Holy Days.
The destruc-
tion of the Tem-
ple exemplified
the eradication
of the Jewish
ideal. It meant
that men disre-
garded the prin-
ciples set forth
by the Torah.
False concepts
and emphasis on
mistaken ideals
b e c a m 1st the time of the destruction of vogue. Men no longer lived reli-
|the first Temple. gion as the daily way of life, but
The reasons are simple, indeed, instead adopted a NEW YEAR
|The Bible, essentially a series of RELIGION with all its sad impli-
i.nimandments designed for the cations. A day or two to be more
|wt-lfare of mankind in general and or less formally observed and then
the individual in particular, knows
lef no "New Year," new resolutions
land new promises. These solemn
Hays which we observe come in the
Imidst of the daily toil and life of
Ithe Jew merely to AWAKEN him
from the slumber and lethargy
I into which he may have fallen.
I Our sages tell us "The Torah was
not given to angels, but to man,"
and this Torah, mindful of the
frailties of man, provided the Sho-
Ifar only to AWAKEN man, not to
I resurrect him.
The Torah true Jew knows of no
beginning or end. To him the days
forgotten until another Rosh Ha-
shono rolled along.
Today, this New Year, this Rosh
Hashono religion and ideals should
be once and for all destroyed. We
must learn and realize that "man
cannot live by a resolution reli-
gion," his religion must be a virile
one, an every day one.
May Rosh Hashono usher in a
year replete with real Jewish To-
rah true life, a life of service to
God and to Humanity, and thus
make 5690 a year of real joy and
happiness to all Israel.
SYMPHONY OF THE NATIONS
By Anna He Vora
Often I glimpse fleeting visions
Of the glorious world that could
be.
If the millions exploded in battle
Were used serving humanity.
Of orchards and hornet and of
gardens,
(living shelter to every man;
Free from all need and discomfort,
With squalor and want under
ban.
Of churches kept always open.
Where mothers may pray in joy,
Relieved of the worry that zealots
Were waiting to kill and destroy.
Of museums, and temples
beauty,
Devoted to music and art.
To house earth's countless treas-
ures,
Inspiring each human heart.
Of the joy and perfect contentment
Of life under peaceful skies.
That would make of this earth
as intended
A vision of paradise.
Let's forget, then, our various
hatreds.
For hatred kindles not joy;
It only breeds lust and destruction,
'Til nothing is left to destroy.
Let us live in peace with our neigh-
bors.
And with strangers across the
globe;
And not judge men by their fea-
tures.
Their color, their skin or their
robe.
Let us cease the clamor of hatred;
Let the banner of peace be un-
furled;
Let nations all join the great cho-
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Friday, September #

Jews in Sports
By HARRY CONZEL
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man, at C::y College, and Mrs. Leo tually me insUtution, when she received nament she recapured the tto.,
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THE JEWISH PLOUDIAN
Jews in Sports
By HARRY CONZEL
(Continued from Page 14)
important Jewish sporting event
of the year, with 1,000 athletes
from -" countries participating.
Austria won the all-around team
title with 400 points. Germany was
second, the United States and Pal-
,-iiin third and fourth. The Amer-
won the track and field titles.
I islovakia took first place in
the swimming events and Rouma-
nja w.mi the football tournament.
The men's singles and doubles ten
n|g lilies went to the South Afri-
cans while the Germans took all
the women's tennis titles. In the
boxing championships England
won the heavyweight and middle-
weight crowns; Holland the light-
weight and welterweight titles
while the lightheavyweight title
to Poland; Egypt captured
the featherweight championship,
G ninny the bantamweight cham-
pionship and South Africa the fly-
weighl title.
Ping I'ong
Jewish athletes made a clean
of all titles in pingpong.
Abe Berenbaum of New York won
.In- men's national singles cham-
pionship and paired with Mark
Schude to win the national doubles
title. Ruth Aarons, last year's
ingles titleholder, again
won the championship. In the
a n n u a 1 world's championship
matches ;it London for the Swayth-
ling Cup Viktor Barna of Hungary,
the world's champion, easily re-
tained his title, while Miklas S/.a-
also a Hungarian -lew, was
runner-up. Barna and S/.abados
: up to win the team title.
nry.
Swimming
Swimming gave Jewish sports
their first Jewish world-
lier last year in Adolph
Chicago schoolboy who
the nation's newest swim-
ming marvel. In regional meets in
Chicago lie cracked ten world rec-
ords. Swimming anchor on the
300-yard medley relay team of the
Ilore A. C, Kiefer helped
ash the American record of
3:01.2, setting a new mark of
2:57.7 al the national indoor cham-
pionships of the A. A. U. In the
150-yard back-stroke he broke the
record, winning the title. In
- of special races held as
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exhibitions at the national wom-
en s indoor swimming champion-
ships, Kiefer bettered five Ameri-
can back-stroke records in one
race. At the national outdoor men's
swimming championships of the
A. A. U. Kiefer established a new
world's record for the 100-meter
back-stroke and then to to help
the Lake Shore A. C. win the .(00-
metcr relay with a new American
record.
Other notable swimming
achievements by Jews during the
year were credited to Eugene Hal-
pern of the Columbus (Ohio) A. C,
who finished third in the 220-breast
stroke in the men's outdoor na-
tional championships; Julius
Schneiderman, captain of the Uni-
versity f Indiana natators, who
established half a dozen new marks
in the 50 and 60-yard races in
Middle West meets; Milton Finer
and Sam Klezmer. Sehneidcrman's
team-mates; the members of the
Hagibor Bwimming club of Prague,
Czechoslovakia, who won every
major meet in Europe; and Alex
I.isus who finished second in ths
Transvaal, South Africa, mile
championship race.
Outstanding among the women
swimmers were Janice Lifson of
the Women's Swimming Associa-
tion of New York, who was second
in the Metropolitan A. A. U.; out-
door- springboard diving and first
in the metropolitan A. A. U. fancy
diving; Anne Godevnik of Chis-
holm, Minnesota, who took fourth
in the 220-yard breast stroke at
the national A. A. L'. women's out-
door championship; and Amelia
Morris, winner of every woman's
free style championship in New
Zealand and holder of records at
every distance from 50 to 100
meters.
Tennis
Among ranking senior Jewish
players were Edward Fcibelman
of New York, no. 21; Edward
Jacobs of Baltimore, no. 22; and
Iieonard Hartman of New York,
no. 25. Ernie Koslan of New York
University, who won the New
York State intercollegiate indoor
singles championship and with
David Geller captured the doubles
title, was ranked no. 7 in the
National Public Parks Tennis As-
sociation ratings. Hartman was
runner-up in the Eastern clay
court single championship and
Julius SeligSOn of New York, for-
mer national collegiate titleholder,
came close to winning the national
ndoor championship, losing in the
semi-final round.
The most amazing feats by
Jewish tennis players during the
past year were credited to the
youngsters. Among the Jewish
juniors and boys who received
national rating were Marvin
Wachman of Milwaukee, no. 15
junior singles; Albert Shapiro of
Baltimore, no. 17; Bernard Freed-
man of New York, no. 2!>; Marvin
Kantrowitz of New York, no. 4 in
boys singles; Isadore Bellis of
Philadelphia, no. '.; Seymour
Greenberg of Chicago, no. 12; and
Melvin Schwartzman of New York,
no. 28; Bellis and Kantrowitz were
placed at no. 9 in the boys doubles.
Many of these players won na-
tional and regional titles: Joseph
Fishbach of New York, Eastern
boys' singles titleholder; Fishbach
and Bernard Jacoby, Eastern boys'
doubles titleholders; Jack Behr,
Eastern prep school singles ti-
tleholder; Isadore Bellis, national
boys' singles titleholder; Kantro-
witz, Metropolitan indoor singles
titleholder; Melvin Lapman, New
York junior singles titleholder;
Max Davidson, Chicago, public
parks singles titleholder; Davidson
and Trevor Weiss, Chicago public
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THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN
Friday, September
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27. UJi
Jews in Sports
By HARRY CONZEL
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field third in the 35- yard lai trim Big Tei girl I prominence in
track and field.
Helen Wills Moody, in 92nd St. Wrestling
men's f \\'.-- Y. M. H. A ','.'- -tling developed a near Jew-
it .. A. A. L". ." -meter walk a: the Na- ... .r;d champion last year in
reta:- nal _- title, : ; A. A. L". meet, Samuel Klop- -. person of Harry Fields, Uni-
and with Mrs the Big Ten -- .-. >f Stanf -. University, mei ty of Pennsylvania medical
Palfrey ran national I tra ar I :. liar ihip and bei -::ent. After winning twenty con-
" irth : M -. Intercollegiate ai I fifth n the 120- ... utive matches. Fields came up
nat nal ( A'illiam ya it the I. C. 4-A gainst Jim Londos, the title-
tings was Mrs. H. Walter Freimul L'nivers ty 1 games; Saul Menaker of the Uni- holder, and was beaten. In colle-
former Baroness Minm liscus throi I Pittsburgh, sixth .n the gliate wrestling Samuel Servis of
Maud Levi, who w n the Eastern at this meet ai third in the ;ash at the I. C. 4-A | Syracuse won the 145-pound title
S'ew
V rk State women's
rigles ind the Women's New -.----; accounted for and jump at the National A. A. U.
Jerss Mi fifi ..- the Big Ten meet meet; and Bernard Kr sney and
New Y rk, entral Intercollegiate Sid Bernstein of N. Y. U., members
M -- Norma Taubli Levy if I the national A. A. U. second
New Jersey ibles us place 1.000-meter medley relay
' '' '' l-A games, fifth team; Danny Taylor, winner of the
-ar.ked in i event at the National national interseh lastic shot put
A. A. games and fourth championship and member of the
: in the doubles. The nal Junior A. A. I'. ail-American scholastic track team.
girl I win nati nship. David Smukler of Dr. Joseph Hurwiti of South
B nnie Miller of Los Temple University inari I Africa won the Northern Tran*-
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Seventeen
Jews in
Contemporary
Literature
(Continued from Pace 9)
Island Within" ranks with
.,,,11, iif the best novels America
;,,,, produced. And yet its great-
Ei restricted greatness, fail-
ng :n the universal glow which
a ihe mark of all enduring liter-
Waldo Frank has understood to
utei extent the interdepend-
if the modern world, but
is primarily an essayist and
irelist. He has a less pene-
g intuition than Lewisohn
he motives and aspirations
n and women.
abih'ty to burnish words
hey glitter is not always
chief requirement of a novel-
Thia was demonstrated by
Nathan in "Road of Ages."
A wril "i" persuasive charm and
nlity, Nathan became lost
immensity of the theme
he had chosen. He had
: the understanding of Jew-
ish life nor the strength to hold
together the vast proportions of
:.- canvas.
these rambling remarks
ided, we proceed to a brief
;,t ion of each of the ten
of the year."
'The Forty Hays of Musa Dash"
inz Werfel should he read
a century from now with the same
ption and emotional enthrall-
which mark its reader today.
not merely the account of
verenl self-assertion of the
people against fate and
particularly against the Turks. It
the seemingly endless
;' the minority to free
i the physical and spir-
itual ression of the majority.
atness of Werfel's theme
ii matched by the beauty
which he has etched it in
\"t since "Power" of sev-
ars ago has there been a
f o<|tial magnitude in con-
on and execution.
Albert Halper is the most com-
I' wish writer of the "pro-
n" novel. "The Foundry"
him in the forefront of his
where he remains an iso-
d a powerful figure. This
of industrial life, as observed
engraving plant, gives Hal-
opportunity to present not
1 n and women hut the COn-
which mold them. Halper
"He .lew who can rightfully
illy take his place among the
Americans who are rcvo-
lutionwing the American literary
outlook. He still lacks the mature
understanding which richer experi-
ence will probably bring him. Hut
:it the present moment he seems to
have the gift for penetrating the
curtain of life.
The highly prized quality of
objectivity, which is always de-
manded by critics who hate to be
stirred emotionally by facts which
they would rather avoid, i< to he
l'"1""1 '" Leo Lania's "Land of
Promise." After a brief introduc-
;""> to Jewish life in Poland dur-
ing the War he changes the scene
to Germany, to which the Polish
Jews had been invited by General
Ludendorff and where they could
begin a new life, a- : he Yiddish
posters along the countryside
promised them. Through the per-
sonalities of a Jewish girl and her
father on one side and an Aryan
professor on the other, Lania syn-
thesizes the new Germany, insofar
as a novel can surpass the daily
news dispatches in summarizing a
present historical event.
The moaning and wailing heard
a few paragraphs hack must sub-
side into a respectful silence in the
presence of Henry Roth, author of
"Call It Sleep." He knows the life
I of Jews, the life of the poor, the
alarms and the hopes which race
tbieugh the average mind. His
dissection of the personality of the
Jewish youngster of New York's
East Side is a first novel which
needs no patronizing because it is
a first. Hope which flickered out
is rekindled into enthusiasm by
Henry Roth. If he can maintain
the pace he has set for himself he
will he a major person on the
American literary seem-.
The proportion of two European
Jew- and two American Jews is
again unbalanced by the fifth
selection among the five most im-
portant novels. It is the posthu-
mous "Kerkhoven's Third Ex st-
cine" the most impressive of
Jakob Wassermann's latter novels.
In this autobiographical dirge
Washerman unburdens himself of
the agonies, the doubts, the bitter
disillusionment which have been
the lot of his major literary char-
acters. His portrait of a woman
is the most devastating study of
the feminine sex that we know.
Wassermann's last testament to
the world is an explanation of his
carer and an introduction to his
literary spirit.
The pre-eminent international
position of Harold J. I.aski as a
synthesizer of academic politico-
economic theories with the facts of
modern life is further strengthened
by his "The State in Theory and
Practice." Notable for its persua-
sive prose and the clarity which it
introduces into even the most com-
plicated political problems, l.aski's
hook i- an unparalleled introduc-
tion to a liberal interpretation of'
contemporary government. It is;
unfortunate, however, that I.aski
stops abruptly after having been
pushed forward headlong by the
force of his views. He becomes hes-
itant to affirm vigorously the only
conclusion to which his premises
can arrive.
"Erasmus" is treated with ten-
dei- care by Stefan Zweig, because
he regards the humanist as an
exemplar after whom the liberal of
today must model his own life. The
conflict between Erasmus and
I.uther, and the entire background
of the Protestant Reformation are
treated with understanding and
sympathy. For those who enjoy
the interpretation of history
through analysis of the molders of
that history, Zweig's biography is
an essential book to read.
In his portrait of Michel de
Montaigne, as assembled in "The
Autobiography of Montaigne,"
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 2
' 1935
Jews in
Contemporary
Literature
i
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best fict ks f the year. Its
percept ipeak not
it tl
modern cu
field
- a : may war.: to
.. for i ssible referen e in
selecting book- that
able more than sis months from
eluded: "A Pan rama of
an I terat in Fi \ Ber-
tauz, "Men and W n en," Magnus
Wei:'- last I k, F.mil Lud-
"Hinder burg," Jo-
R th'i "A- ti-Christ," Avra-
Dostoyi -.sky" |
a ract :
sion ii five non-fiction
rid as I Se< It" by
E i i ii n Cur si
of the :
f Mr Louis D. Bra
right Sevei Vrti
led fi I -: I

it Lai .
len it rj at
lality that
n ) and

ibject t Jesus is always
ided by tl
..... ( r and creed.
g
tak< n Ji sus' lifi r grai ted and
with the new reli-
ara poetry

adapted 1 ttldj f the
ind i ::. n wl irrou
and gave 1 mi .r.ine;.
. j
that tance t<
at such .-
. a in Pal-
t wide cultural
kground, Mr Revu lit
II ;. his ; -both

f usi tccept ilid
tan-
;nd by
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tint
!hat ". you Nazi man.
rell'inir the people
ent of p|an
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real desire to be of
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Nineteen
.catechism an,I B.ble history. We flour instead," he sagely conn-
t heritage to transmit, selled. Finally the pudding
have
Let Us
Understand
Fiirh Ciihar I,! "?"'," ,H'autiful emerged. Reb Samuel smacked his
ItidCn Utner *1; an extensive history, lips in anticipatory relish, but
By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO mu" art and folk-ways. Yet we after one or two mouthful* he
must crowd this entire civilization turned up his
"to an hour and a half a week, "Well, well, only
because our school is
nose in disgust,
. the rich can get
is an imitation excited over that. I don't see any-
01 an alien institution.
How many Jews join Temples
and Synagogues because the Gen-
tile joins a church and they must
have a Jewish imitation for them-
(Continued From Page 7)
Arnold Schonberg, the world-fa-
i,1iiUj composer, converted to an
||en faith, formally returns to
Judaism at a ceremony in a Paris
lynagogue. In England, Lord Mel-
Ihett. born a Christian, returns to
[h,. faith "f his fathers. Thou- selves, and not because they know
sanaa who ha
Issimilated com
resurgence of the Jew within '>>' Protest is a Jew, only because
h,.m. Not only in Germany, but,tni' Gentile is watching him, and
jverywhere, in Italy, France, Eng- ""t because his heart and soul are
,i,| and America, Jews are dis- w'th his people and his God.
ardinjr their illusions and preten- The moral degradation .if the i
, which never deluded anyone Judaism of Protest is matched by C
thing to it!" The Jew by Protest
puts nothing into his Judaism and
then finds it unappetizing and
lacking in savor, without meaning
or beauty, without satisfaction or
joy.
ve intermarried or or seek to learn the values of the '
mpleteljr, have felt Synagogue for their lives. The Jew Juilulsm mu8t be Religion of
Inner Acceptance, of joyous and
whole-hearted participation. It
makes not compromises with ig-
norance. An ignorant Jew is rarely
ia loyal Jew. We must train our
ions,
|u: themselves, and are recogniz- ',s intellectual vacuity. It makes no
themselves for what they are, Idemands upon the Jew and con-
i, mini- of the Jewish people. i(,|s no privileges. His home and
But while we welcome them with i nis culture remain thoroughly non-
en arms, with sadness and joy Jewish. His children are trained
,iminded, there is one question ito no Jewish loyalty. He does not
I imperiously demands an. an- participate in any Jewish under-
|wir. To what are they and many taking or in any organization hav-
ii- returning? When the joy i '"-' Jewish purposes. Is it any
It their homecoming will have sub-1 wonder that he sees no privilege
||,|e,l and the thrill of recognition nd no value in his Jewishness
bated, what shall we have to *nd that his outlook on life is
IflYr them? Now they are pas- embittered. There is a homely
I tely eager to return, but will story which illustrates this point.
|hy be happy to remain with us? A poor Jew. named Reb Samuel,
The truth is that the vast major- once said to his wife, "You know,
: to a Jewishness which Sarah, the rich are always smack-
a reaction to outside pressure ing their lips over a noodle pud-
Iml nothing more. It is best de- ding. Let's see what there is in
linlicil as the "Judaism of Pro- it- Make one for supper tonight!"
The Gentile refuses to ad- His wife agreed, but as she began.
lit ti- to his castle, whereupon we she discovered she had not fat.
puy the lot adjoining and build an "Never mind," said he, "make it
Kact nplica for ourselves. If we
tudy the life of American Jewry
omes clear how much of our
istitutional activity steins, not
I'm an inner necessity of our
puls, but from a sense1 of outrage
id protest against anti-Semitism.
wish clubs very often practice
same snobbishness and mani-
ime emptiness as their
genteel Gentile clubs
which Jews are excluded.
are careful not to betray in
nams Judaism. The member-
\ilusively Jewish by
'ii please, but not by
dom and the nobility of Judaism
as expressed in our culture and
religion. It is not enough to send
our children to school; we must
bring them! The duty falls on
every Jew to set aside some time
each week for Jewish thought and
study. Through participation at a
Jewish service, attendance at a
tudy group, the reading of books
and periodicals of Jewish interest,
concrete means afforded every
Jew to fulfill the obligation of the
Torah.
If we are to be Jews by choice
as well as by birth, we have an
ineluctable duty to build up Jew-
ish life in our midst. Whatever
real or fancied grievances we may
have against individuals or institu.
lions, our Jewish citizenship re-
mains a fact, and we are derelict
in our duty, unless we strive to
advance our local community and
the larger community of American
Israel. Nothing can free us from
the obligation to stand together
for the defense of Jewish rights
and the rebuilding of Palestine,
which remains the fondest hope of
Israel and the strongest bulwark
of Judaism.
The Judaism of Acceptance does
not content itself with the thread-
bare phrase, "I am a good Jew-
in my heart," or the outworn
cliche, "I am proud to be a Jew."
What Judaism needs is less pride
and more self-respect, less heart'
and more mind.
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THE JEWISH FI.ORHHAN
Friday, September 27
Itt
Task and
Challenge
B) BERNARD SBMEL
Page B i
ichooli
tie facilities and the time
.part some fair measure of
- their pupils. There
thi : learn the- i 1 the He-
language. Tr the es-
ind significai
traditions, usl and cei
nu-thing uf the
inspii : of ".heir race; they
are imbued with an understanding,
an interest, and a concern for the
and a- I of their
people.
Thi type ich "'1 which takes
in the next largest number of the
approx 225,000 children
who some sort of
Ji wish education is the Sunday
.....)f the total
ar< > '- 'his type.
the name indicates,
.week h ols attached to
a synag .- >r a temple. Unlike
-inday
Jews
from 1
ii the 1 i i
ties the: scl ill
-.'. rk. [f thi:
.mount
it in

able amount l on. Thi y
arl and mind

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:sh edu
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paro-
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atn re the
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mendous import, prefer to send
their children to thesi schools.
There are today some 5.000 chil-''
lit in them.
There remains to be added B to-
tal of probably 20,000 to 25.000
children who are receiving instruc- j
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.: eai ; in size. The averagi
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100. The tots -- -' 1
cimately $6,.............. of
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t. is del m tuition -
harity
centi al agei
hilanthropic federations, and,
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ation.
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Jewish schools throughout the
country, who have borne their re-
sponsibilities with courage and
self-sacrifice. The organized wom-
en's groups, attached to most of
the schools, have been of great help
to thci in tiding ove. the -
gency.
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hallenge.
Editor's NoteIn Florida
the situation is even more ap-
palling. In some of the cities
instruction, the little there is
of it. is being given by men
who are absolutely devoid not
only of pedagogical training,
hut of an elementary knowl-
edge of Hebrew. The reading
of Hebrew as taught by these
gentlemen is such that perhaps
it would be better that the
rhildMn went untaught. In
the Sunday schools the teach-
ers, as a rule, know nothing
Of tradition, history, grammar
etc.. and what is perhaps eVfn
worse, flaunt their very rJefj.
ance of Jewish traditions i
the face of their small upi|s
This is true in some of tht
larger cities as well. Some-
thing should be done i e|im
inate this constant creation 0[
"iirnoramuses." Perhaps ihe
easiest way would he for ou,
rabbis (those who know their
work and believe in education)
to get together and map out a
statewide plan.
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[Friday, September 27, 193f
Adolf Hitler s
5695
By JOSEPH SALMARE
THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
(Continued from Page 6)
The last year also destroyed an-
other illusion. It was generally be-
Ijieved until then that while the
IKill, i >ranir was using anti-Semit-
|i-m a- a political stalking horse
nnan people as a whole re-
Isented the barbarian methods of
the Nazis. Incidents of physical
[violence throughout Germany in
[the cities and provincial districts
leave evidence that the Nazi prop-
|aganda had borne fruit. The Ger-
[man people had been so thorough-
ly infected with the anti-Semitic
Ivirus that large sections of them
[carried out the wishes of Stretcher
land Gix'bbels.
Coincidentally with the persecu-
tion "t Jews, the Nazis turned the
full force of their power against
I holies. .Masons, the Stael-
holm and other groups believed
[iikely to block the road toward the
|Nazi authoritarian state. The re-
Imtles." war on the Jews was par-
ai.eled by an equally rigorous drive
| against other "enemies of the
state." At the same time |lhe
[German economy was being stead-
. undermined by the boycott and
[i.y the tremendous expenditures for
[armaments. While wages declined
[to coolie levels the cost of living
[mounted to new highs. Rumblings
[of discontent began to be heard and
strikes in various parts of the
I country were not unusual. But the
i mestic unrest and storm of for-
eign protests failed to sway the
| Nazi regime.
Even before the outbreak of the
I renewed terror against Jews and
Catholics the organization of the
anti-Nazi boycott was pushed rig-
orously. German exports shrank
i\ the vanishing point. The Reich's
I attempts at barter failed. Apart
from the boycott, the war against
iHitlerism was carried on through-
out the world by huge protest dem-
mstrations and constant counter-
propaganda. Most effective of all
'a- the anti-Nazi movement in
L'nited States, where organized
and leaders of Catholics and
I .nits co-operated whole-
lly. After nearly two years
il constant hammering and pres-
sure the state department in a
statement to leaders of four na-
tional Jewish organizations finally
I paw voice to :ts sympathy for the
I Catholic and Jewish victims >f the
Nazi terror. The effort to move
Olympic games from Berlin
| gained terrific momentum when
Catholics and Protestants joined
the Jews in demanding that the
United States should not partici-
pate in the games. The movement
won the support of the president
of the Amateur Athletic Union and
many of the leading sporting writ-
ers. Overseas Nazi propaganda
received important setbacks when
Nazi parties were outlawed and
.their leaders either deported or
imprisoned. In this country the
'Nazi movement virtually collapsed
following public exposure.
There is, of course, no denying
! that the Communists in Germany
1 carry on the most effective sub-
terranean mobilization of all foes
of the Nazi regime. Newspapers
and pamphlets were distributed by
the millions. The Communists, in
many instances, joined hands with
the Catholics in their fight against
Fascism,
The a a m e undaunted fight
against German Fascism was also
carried on in other countries by
the Communist party. Thus, in New
York a huge demonstration on the
SS. Bremen resulted in a diplo-
matic incident. The German gov-
ernment requested an explanation
from the State Department and
received in reply a statement
which shifted all the blame to the
officials of the German shipping
company. These Communist ac-
tivities are not mentioned because
they form in any respect a part
of the Jewish activity against Naz-
ism, but because they have had,
and most probably will continue
to have, a far-reaching effect on
the German situation.
If one were to form a conclusion
based on the development of the
German situation during the past
year one could not help but state
that llitlerism, irrespective of its
economic and political difficulties,
has not been weakened. The hope
that the end of the Nazi regime
can be expected in the near fu-
ture must Ik- given up. Raised to
the rank of a great military pow-
er, (leimany is today stronger than
at any time since the signing of
the Versailles treaty. The perse-
cuted racial, religious and polit-
ical minorities in Germany are,
as stated by Or. John Haynes
Holmes, who made a personal sur-
vey of conditions, in a hopeless po.
sition. Unless the governments of
England, France and the United
States will declare in unmistak-
able terms that the civilized world
will not countenance the inhuman
BEST WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Certified Public Accountant
INGRAHAM BUILDING
Phone 2-:t2(i
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domestic policies of the German
Reich the Nazi terror will not stop
until it has reduced all non-Aryan
and non-conforming elements to a
state of complete submission.
(Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
Page Twenty-one
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THE JEWISH FL"RK
September 2?
' 193j
5696
1935-6
At the dawn of another year, may we express to our many friends the sincere trust that the
future will bring to them a realization of those hopes that make life brighter more com-
plete and more worth while. It is our privilege to say L'SHONO TOVA TIKOSAVU

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN
Page Twenty-three
The Jewish Year
By BERNARD POSTAL
(Continued from Page 4)
lountry became more centralized.
lYoiikt'i' organizations and institu-
,ns leased to exist or were com-
pelled by necessity to merge with
ItronRi'r ones at the same time
[hat all ,(,cal Jew'sn efforts were
1,-cirdiiiaU'd in city-wide councils
In many parts of the country.
Canadian Jewry, until last year
l|Waya reluctant to follow Amer-
Lan Jewish principles, finally suc-
cumbed to the greater experience
1 iouthern neighbor. It es-
Llili.-hed a national conference of
l.ws and Christians and consoli-
|.lU.,l its Jewish non-Zionist
lummuiial activities along lines
uge in the United States.
hile French-Canadian anti-Semit-
L groups continued to publish a
lumber of anti-Jewish scandal
, I he responsible elements,
inler the leadership of Henri Bou-
lii-.-a, joined the Jewish groups,
u-i aa the other Catholic groups
Ihinucliout the world, in fighting
I"ainst the common enemy of Fas-
i-in-
Hitler's shadow over South
Imerica and Mexico provided many
|ark days for the Jews of Latin
imerica. The Cold Shirts of Max-
gave Mexican Jewry a slight
iste of llitlerism, while in Brazil
mi Argentina Fascist movements
lut only terrorized the Jewish pop-
llutie.il, Imt forced the governments
become less hospitable to Jew-
kh immigration. Nevertheless,
Lrge settlements of German Jew-
kh refugees were established in
Ltiii America, notably in Brazil,
Jl-.ile. Peru and Paraguay. A num-
m of new Jewish papers and in-
litutions sprang up in Latin
Imerica, where the Jewish settle-
ents are now reaching the same
upied by American Jewry
generations ago.
East European Jewry's plight,
Bthmnrh overshadowed in the pub-
L mind by the German tragedy,
Imained as ominous as ever be
fore. In Poland, Polish Jews con-
tinued to be faced with the alter-
native of starvation or emigration,
to the hopeless status of economic-
collapse. Though sporadic out-
breaks of violence were combatted
by the government, nevertheless a
feeling of physical insecurity re-
mains. The death of Marshal
Pilsudski, the Polish rapproche-
iment with Germany and the
adoption of the new authorita-
I nan constitution made the Jewish
i position even more precarious than
a year ago. In Roumania, Hun-
gary, Lithuania and Greece Jews
were the playthings of the various
political factions and had to be sat-
isfied with protecting as far as
possible their naked lives. The
Picture of Jewish life in these
countries was not only sombre but
continued subject to almost daily
change, depending on political con-
ditions. Austrian Jewry, under
the regime of Schuschnigg and
Starhemberg, did not experience
any new outbreaks, but was forced
to submit silently to rigid discrim-
ination in the academic and pro-
fessional as well as governmental
spheres. The anticipated return of
the Hapsburgs was viewed by Aus-
trian Jewish leadership as the dawn
of a better day. Because of the
close political union between the
present Austrian government and
Italy, llitlerism was held in check
in Austria. Under the peaceful ad-
ministration of President Masaryk,
who under no circumstances would
countenance any racial or religious
discrimination, although there was
one outbreak of anti-Semitic vio-
lence in Prague and the new elec-
toral law was regarded as menac-
ing to Jewish rights. In Turkey
the nationalistic regime showed it-
self hostile to Zionism, while at
the same time it did nothing to end
the dangerous anti-Jewish agita-
tion in Thrace.
England, regaining her mental
equilibrium with the stabilization
of her economic position, admin-
istered a setback to Sir Oswald
Mosley's Black Shirts. The past
year transformed England's Fas-
cist anti-Semitic movement into
nothing more than a political farce
and, although the Mosley groups
continued their activities, they no
longer represent a real danger. It
must also be noted that England,
in accordance with her proverbial
ho-pitality, played host to many
German Jewish intellectual refu-
gees and opened for them avenues
in the literary, theatrical and mo-
' tion picture fields. The British
government, disregarding the many
! attempts by Arab nationalists to
weaken the Balfour Declaration
further, succeeded in keeping a
safe balance in Palestine affairs.
Palestine continued to enjoy eco-
nomic prosperity, and increased its
economic absorptive capacity to a
great extent. It is estimated that
over 40,000 Jewish immigrants set-
tled in Palestine during the year,
and that German Jewish refugees
brought in a capital of over $45,-
000,000. Arab-Jewish relations
have been stabilized, because of
the vigorous and wise policy of
High Commissioner Wauchope.
Not so rosy is the picture in
11 aii. Afghanistan and Persia. In
these countries one has to record
attempts by the natives and their
various administrations to force
the Jewish population into a ghetto
life. Excesses and physical as-
saults were reported, and the dan-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
' September 27
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Twenty-five
3HaMfl #*vmaiuuj Action
Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI
Founder ami Director, Hu Bynagog ..f America
SUNDAY MORNINGS
WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA O
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The Moving Finger Writes"
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Is ;iikI n telletn its own story; I'm- it is signed by the hand of
; | In other words, we admit that the records of our actions
I niable and incontestible. The hand that has written these
C our own.
.one else has written about a "moving finger"; in the Rubaiyat
I Khayyam we read:
"The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ,
Moves on; nor all thy Piety nor Wit
Shall lure it back to cancel hall' a line,
Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it."
here are who believe that they have found escape from Life
L ,vords of the Rubaiyat. They believe that nothing matters. Hut,
lor never nave that impression, for, though we may not know
"Into this Universe, and why not knowing,
Nor whence, like Water willy-nilly flowing;
And out of it, as Wind along the Waste,
I know not whither, willy-nilly blowing.
What, without asking, hither hurried whence?
And. without asking, whither hurried thence!"
same doubter admits
"And lie that toss'd Thee down into the Field,
He knows about it allHe know- 111'; knows!"
i dare -ay that, were it not for this very conviction in the minds
L Jews, they would absent themselves from religious service
I ., a Near season as they do during the rest of the year. Hut.
I ways the thought that "He knows." And, since He know .
ible to propitiate Him. at this very crucial time when the
of our past conduct are checked. Were it not for the belief
; iving finger" that writes is our own finger, over our own
. ome would have the audacity to attempt to deny their guilt.
||. been known in escape the consequences of perjury in hu-
I why not attempt it in the Court on High?
fools ye mortal- be!" We -peak of moving fingers" writ-
. God, before whom "there is no forgetfulness," needs a
j | ,| to refresh Hi- memory; as if handwriting expert.- tea
Ithenticity of our signatures; as if the record.- were on
erasures are possible. Do you know where the recoi
Would you view the proof of your malefactions? Then,
I oul to yourself. Strip yourself of all the sham and cam-
I \ on will find the beautiful markings of every kind and
I lecd. You also will find the ugly scars left upon your soul by
meal ..ml despicable habits of conduct. Those marks are indelible.
iM carry those records through eternity. God alone knows
iy purge ourselves of the hideous scars and the betraying
We have been taught that "Penitence, Prayer and Charity will
evil decree." How many of us are truly penitent? How
,\ how to pray? How marly true is our concept ol Charity.
he act of sinning we are dc .ply emotional, full ol pas.-i.ni.
-i.ii on the -oul is a deep one. Our virtue-, our good deedd
I i.cl without zeal, without emotion. Their imprint on the
! -hallow, surely not sufficient to eradicate the ugly -car-.
k nough to ice superimposed upon the mark ol sin.
>U believe that this brief reminder, this short period ill in
k tion will suffice to arouse us to a contemplation oi our way-
Do you believe that we are judged but on tin- one day.
have taught US that "man is judged every day. Do you
God is less id' an executive than you are? rhougn an
) is taken but on.e or twice a year, the capable business ex-
\ [an tell within a verv close margin just how hi- Stock Wl I
I. .... any ,;,,,,.. (;,1 needs no inventory to know how we check
I fiven tim.-. And His knowledge is not guesswork nor is It
| iximation. HE KNOWS.
. -hen. is the value in all this? What is ine purpose and
these ritual.-" The answer is that they have no value for
Their entire purpose is centered in the value ot introspection
I pection To MAX, to YOU and to ME. -There must be a
' deep emotional and spiritual thought. We should not go
; on the surface of life without an occasional contemplation
per and more serious problems. Man is not body alone In
is not body in the narrow sense. Man is spirit.
P'l. Ii'- i not ikxiv in me narrow .-> iiwv. ....... -i-
I than a convenient manifestation of spiritual matter tor o,n
\ senses. Physical sears do not show up, are not reflected o.i
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the -oul. Though it is true that physical acts may scar the soul or
may beautify it. Or, viewed from a different angle, the ignoble phys-
ical acts are evidences of an ugly scar on the soul, and the noble, the
kind, the generous acts by the body are prompted by the inherent
beauty of the soul.
Have I contradicted myself? I believe that I have not. Repeated
muscular exercises will develop the muscles used. Failure to bring
certain muscles into use will result in their becoming atrophied through
disuse. The same rule holds true in the spiritual realm. The repeti-
tion of good deeds will strengthen the character of the soul. Wrong
habits will develop the sinful inclination. You are master of your
soul. Practice those things that will add to the beauty of your soul.
By strengthening the good you weaken the bad.
The "moving finger writes," but, in this case, it is not automatic
writing. There is an Intelligence directing the finger. That guiding
force is within you. It may be, since we do not know, that
"The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ,
Moves on; nor all your Piety nor Wit
Shall lure it back to cancel half a line,
-Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it."
It may be that we cannot recall the past to change it. But, it
does not follow that the future is uncontrollable. Granted that you
cannot change the past, you stili have the future to direct as you will.
That's why we take stock, at this time. We review our faults, an-
alyze our mistakes, and we study how best to avoid repeating the
mistakes. The New Year offers each one of us an opportunity to do
things according to our will. The past is beyond our reach, but the
ure approaches ami will be within our grasp as it becomes tlv
present. Then it is ours to do with as we please. Resolve now hi do
J'i)fht, to practice love, to live just and righteous lives, so that, when
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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flitter ires of
;- us- inflicts
ts wars and ts
- man and man.
S t :or centuri- a- ru< It;
.. i unashamed as it
has the
n -o unredeemed. The
ring and the tor-
tured from Arctic labor camps
and German camp- and prisons and
lands. We need more
than ever to be Jews. The pagan
vs it not needs more
than ever that we do not fall in
.-. remain Ji
and men of Geist,
:" September 27,
the love between man

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and war and also re-
cur sii -.
-which are pre
of those imputed to US
pagans. We have gone to
Dl and broken our
commandmi nt: Thou shalt not kill
helped to increase the
sum of pagan knowledge without
_-;, : : r its moral use. We have
i eyes that see not and ears
not upon the authentic
Me-hiach of this age, the spiritual
th by reintegration of the
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Jewish people, both here in nj
and in the land of our fatneM J
have been indifferent to the aid!
est good of ourselves and Ir
kind and our feet have been nu
only on the errands i -hl. ^
I. Do you want a
Year and a happier and morell.
ful one? Be Jewsbe JeW|
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THB JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
Page Twenty-seven
A New Year's
Message
,!v MRS. ARTHUR BRIM
President National Council of
Jewish Women
fow little- we thought when we
L. children that the Jews would
ain |n our own lifetime live
0Ugh a major tragedy. We had
I omfortable feeling of se-
Ijty, The horrors of the Inqui-
Cnii B.ld cither periods of perse-
onged to a remote and
civilized past. Our times were
I. Our world recognized
. principle of equality before the
lorn of conscience, the
t i, ,f all to pursuit of happi-
Oura was the age of democ-
L P o pul a r education was
Before that vast forte
and ignorance could
I. way to understanding
|d good will. We could look into
not i 10 distant future and say
psalmist, "Behold how
| and how pleasant it is for
fethren t dwell together in
ily."
|\... we have gone through a
of fire. Persecution is
tjiblc in our own day. Equality
lore the law and the right of all
ursuit of happiness are no long-
idered inalienable rights.
h tragedy of the migrations of
Middle Ages; the search for
[age are repeated in our own
lllumiliation, degradation, dis-
ilities, mental and physical an-
i now do we face them? With
kntnunt. sorrow, despair, but
It defeat. For to acknowledge
(feat to acknowledge defeat of
we have come to associate with
(man pi great justice, equality(
therhood. The day of
|i sanity must return. Fas-
i ideal that to live glo-
as a lion is better
Ian a lifetime as a lamb, and
izi Germany's ideal of iron and
mil must eventually give way to
a which throughout the
is have expressed to men the
i sibilities of the human
Irit: "To do justice, to love mer-
and to walk humbly with thy
We suffer when these ideals
are eclipsed. We ourselves sym-
bolize their struggle for ascend-
ancy. We fare well only when they
prevail. We cannot conceive of a
civilization which is based on a
denial of these ideals. They must
survive, and with their survival
ours is bound up.
But we are determined to sur-
vive not as a miserable remnanl
from whom has fled all dignity.
The will to live is strung within
us. it is reasserting itself mag-
nificently in Palestine. In this
country, too, we see Bigns of it in
the smallest and humblest com-
munitie.-. It shows itself in a fresh
resolve to understand ourselves as
Jews, to kimw our origins, our his-
tory, our place in world civiliza-
tion. There is a growing number
who want to live as affirmative
Jews. To them Judaism is not a
burden; not something to be borne
with resignation; not something
which has outlived its meaning and
beauty. It is a proud heritage. Its
message to a world struggling for
social amelioration and peace i a
significant today as in ancient
times.
The approaching High Holy Hays
stir within us ancestral memories.
We feel again that we are a people
of destiny, deathless and uncon-
querable. On these Holy Hays we
sense the significance of the new
tragedies, the new problems, the
new triumphs which face us. One
thing above all else we must do
to measure up- find the inner
meaning for our lives as Jews born
:>f knowledge and faith.
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Friday, Septem^r %
Strictly
Confidential
Tidbits From Everywhere
B) I'lllM. \s .1. BIRON
ROSN HASHANAH
We are introducing to you
Rabbi Abraham H. [sraelitan,
who, in order to girt u- a
chance to go to Synagogue, ha-
ionalj onsented to be our
guesl columnist. Rabbi Israel-
itan ha- excavated a numiur
nf interesting facts al>.>ut Rosh
Hashanah and i t < < Dnlj too
happy tu g|v< you hi- precious
jewels of Jew i-h know led]
I I MIGHT IN II Kl SI YOI in
l\\< M THAT:
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I.ilmud records
thai i Rosh Hashana morn-
ing far .1- -"Undt-d
the Roman au-
believing that these
urn's h.>rn were sis-
. Jewish uprising, called
lurth their soldiers, who imine-
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R /. bid. .1 Babj Ionian schol-
the fourth century, declared
thai one ran foretell thr weather
mi ihe iu year bj means of Ko-h
H inah. If thai holiday is
- a "arm jear; if it
is i indicates a cold j ear.

rature
e find
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Igment.
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ich '.I'd judges
r und in the Mishna,
Jewish laws
hich as written by the
.ludah th<- Prince
we are informed"On N"i
ill men pa-- before
H young ambs."
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In Talmudic time-. hn the
N'e Year would arrive, everyone
ould dre-- in WHITE garments,
for hite was. in their eyes,
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ian rabbi of the sixteenth cen-
tury, relate- th. following Inter-
esting incident in hi- well Known
Book, ".Matteh Mosheh." There
> < re in t he i Itj three > xpert Won
the Shofar. When Rosh Ha-
shanah arri perts tried to blow the Shofar. hut
t he} w ere all unt uccessf) So
the rabbi commanded that the Sho-
far be turned around, and C<
-criptural word- be uttered into it.
- done. and. remarkable to
say, the Shofar became normal and
gave forth it- accustomed -ound.
- d: "Satan must
have been in that ritual horn, and
he must have been the one who
ed those sounds trom going
forth."
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THE JKWISH FLORIDIAN
THE FEAR OF GOD
A New Year Message
By RABBI ALEXANDBB S. KLEINFBLD
Congregation B'nal Israel, st. Petersburg, Florida
firm A'donoy the Fear of
Page Twenty-nine
The Talmud contains the follow-
anecdote! Rabbi Jochanan ben
kkai was ill.
then his schol-
| to vis-
him they
Is k < d for a
Kssing, which
b rabbi pro-
"May
i fear of
.vcn be upon
ju even as the
aroi flesh and
I." S u r -
, by the
Insularity of
8 phrase,
:tcivcl by so
ninent a teach-
they asked
|m, "Is this
"Would to
I oil," replied
|(' sage, "that
might be so; for when one is
Lut t<> sin, he looks about him
|r fear that some man might see
|m; so that if you have the fear
: within you as you have the
ir of mere flesh and blood, you
always realize that God's eye
lupon you, and you will bo saved
om transgression."
The moral conveyed to us by
I pie anecdote should find a
ponse in every heart. We fear
|eeyes of man when we are about
commit an act unworthy of our-
b we cannot bear to meet
p h of those who are, like
U -, mere mortals, and avoid
do tlie wrong for fear of the
|| rium which the world at-
chea to sin. If I want to obtain
favor of a man in power,
lowing that he hates falsehood
calumny, I will be heedful to
I him with a statement of
Jute reliability. At the same
. let us not Buppose that the
of man is a trait that we
l"uii eliminate from our daily
e; on the contrary, it is a whole-
> tue which checks many an
lil and prevents many a crime.
fii-- Lord has given us a beautiful
ten which is inherent in our
|ysical nature, so noticeable thai
ns thoughts of self-esteem,
? ma ward blush of shame when
lything wrong is charged to him.
pt when he can listen to effront-
ery without blushing you may be
"rtain that his character is on
the decline.
On these reverential days let me
direct your at-
tention to the
solemn words of
Holy Writ .
"Fear not .
for in order to
prove you, did
God come .
and for the sake
that his fear
might be before
you, that ye sin
not."
(in 11, neb God
appeared to test
our hearts,
whether we are
willing to ob-
serve His pre-
cepts. If man is
conscious of the
presence of God
whenever the
opportunity for transgression of-
fers itself, if he is convinced that
though no human eyes see to con-
demn him, that though no human
shame attaches itself to his con-
duct, yet he cannot escape the
shame before the Lord, he will
surely hesitate in his intended
wrongdoing and gather strength
and will not sin. There will arise
before his mind the hour of judg- |
ment, the reward for good and the 1
penalty for evil which the Torah j
promises to every living soul.
^ ou will thus see how wise was
the prayer of the dying rabbi with
which he blessed his disciples; how
wholesome it would be were we
to dread offending Cod as much
as we fear to incur the shame of
man. When we combine a decent
deference to the opinion of the
world in indifferent matters with
a thorough fear of God, we cannot
easily go astray. Let US do things
that are pleasing to God, then these
things will surely be asceptable to
man. So may we approach this
solemn season in the presence of a
merciful Father, not the awful
Judge, who will grant unto us His
blessings and paternal protection
wherever he may dwell. Let the
New Year bring good tidings to
all suffering humanity is the fer-
vent prayer of every member of
the house of Israel.
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THB JKWISH PLOUDIAN
Page Thirty-one
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A New Year Message FROM THE PRESIDENT
By BORIS SCHLACBMAN
Executive Director, Y. M. H. A.
In this period overladen with
lanxiety and heartaches hecause of
Ithc deplorable plight of our breth-
ren in Germany, what message
Khali we dis-
Ipatch to Amer-
ican Israel?
LET THERE
IpF. HARMONY
I N OUR
RANKS! Too
[long has Israel
Ibeen a house di-
vided against it-
I self. We f'ntl>
,las, that words
I uttered by the
Iprophet of the
Exile fcwenty-
f i v c centuries
aeo are applic-
able tn our own
Iday: M'horsay-
ich umaehari-
vayich memaich
vailzaiu Thy
lestroyera and
thev that make thee waste go forth mositics
tion against Jew, and implacable
antagonisms spring up where har-
mony and co-operation should exist.
The time has come for us to
overthrow this
destructive en-
mity. We peti-
tion Deity on
Rosh Hashanah,
"V'yeosu chulom
uhgudah echos
Let all peo-
ples be joined
into a united
I) r o t h erhood,"
but we permit
elements of dis-
union to exist
in our ranks.
We verbalize the
beautiful aphor-
ism, "Kol Yis-
roel ahchim hem
All Jews are
brothers,"' but
we are too prone
to yield to ani-
whsn we encounter oppo-
On the occasion of the celebration of Rosh
Hashanah I wish to extend to all our citizens
of the Jewish faith my sincere greetings and
best wishes for the New Year.
FRANKLIN I). ROOSEVELT.
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I've strength to bear the weight
upon my shoulders.
I slil can tread the path my
feet have trod,
But for those things I feared
which did not happen,
I thank Thee, mighty God.
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for
A HARPY NEW YEAR
Ifrom three." sition to our pet theories or beliefs.
We permit our honest differences Ix-t us shatter this mask of hy-
of opinion to degenerate into prej- pocricy. Let us make the Holy
Days cycle a solemn occasion to
bring us closer to each other. How-
ever grave our personal difference
may be, let us submerge our per-
sonal bias for the sake of the wel-
fare of k'lal Yisroel.
ludices and intolerance. One group
sets itself up above all other
croups as the trustees of Israel's
destiny. Should another group
dare to oppose the solution pro-
I claimed by the self-selected group,
it must expose itself to the ex-
pectation of being belittled and
maligned, and of having its mo-
tives impugned. Forthwith we
meet the sad spectacle of Jew in-
voking bitterness and recrimina-
May the spirit of harmony and
co-operation dominate all Jews in
the New Year that God sends to
us out of the bounties of His in-
finitude!
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THANKSGIVING FOB THE
PAST YEAR.
1 thank Thee, God, for things
which did not happen.
For grave misfortunes which
have passed me by;
Small troubles came, the while
I mourned and fretted
And asked the reason why.
I did not hear those troubles
uncomplaining,
I have not ceased to whimper
neath the rod.
Now I am sorry; for my thank-
less grieving
I ask Thy pardon, God.
I watch t-ie others lift their
heavy burdens,
I see each back that bends
beneath its load
Mayhap they would not want to
bear my sorrows,
Nor walk my lonely road.
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RABBI A S. KI EIXFF.I P
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THB JEWISH FLOMDLAW
TpiRSONAL MESSAGE
H, J. LOUIS SHOCHET
Editor and Publisher. The Jewish Florid..-
for .ending thi. mewage as I am ndicu ^ ^
-'"-" ;1 ?bbi nor thf "V probfeJ^becoming more and more-
r-bbi, but I presumesincethis ,r tempo-
t oue.tio ... "Halocho ou. rengthen the wanig Jew-
rabbis will forgive. con8ciousnesa, hut we have to
, Jewish life rests permanently with
those who do not need a persecu-
Hitler to remind them of
Frid*y. SepUaktr
m
question arises as to how profound-
ly Jewish
life throughout
country has been touched by what
g 0, particularly in Ger- tioi. or a n
Mav, we jew. come to the. h
,. the necessity o articulate not 1 ^^
rather than back-door men uu
M in behalf of our they may be called upon to auffer
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We In Florida, where the scourge
s
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FRin VY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1933
Vol. s N<>. S9
In-half of our
rights as human beings? Have for an ideal,
oui Jewish assimilationists who WeinFloi
been momentarily made Jew- Jewish ignorance has btaij
i.hlv conscious come to understa. I daily taking it. terrible toll,
,h consciousness bom can do much to answer these prob-
. ne is a humilia- lems in a manner that will aid in
and that the only dignity for their so utions. We can begin by
anv Jew ;s a sense of positive Jew. eliminating the fear oi what our
trill give nobil- non-Jewish neighbors may think of
;
NEW YEAR THOUGHT
What symbolism can express
What word ascribe Thy
Be worthy of Thy holiness *'
Upon these sacred days
Except a soul uplifted be,
Itself the glowing phrase,
In living prayer commune i
Thee
Upon Thy Holy Days.
RABBI I. w
MUSKAT
Extends
5 NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS, {
'4 To All Jewry and Members {
and Officers of
', CONGREGATION
$ BETH EL
West Palm Beach,
/ and Its Sisterhood
Profiting by the Past
Tonight we will wend our ways io the Synagogue and
temple, there once again to face the facts t> take stock
of ourselves and to plan for the future.
To many of us it "ill simpl) be a meaningless .journey
. perhaps to renew friendships with our fellow men ... or
mayhap to sa> a figurative "Hello" to our Creator, to tell
Mint how much we have missed Him during the past > ear.
and to -a> "Why don"t you come around more often'."'
ity to our persecution'.' Have our
n n-Zi mists and anti-Zii i I
so-called "Pure Americans" of
Jewish faith and persuasion come
to realize the hollowness of their
contentions in a world in which
.v never was and never can
nly a us sect and w
racial tent than
.:>'.' Hai e the rank and
' Jews finally learned that
the eyes I I b i Jews
To others it will be the beginning of a New Year with .,,.,,,.
its countless resolutions to be good, and to do the right thing tinction of
. which resolutions will, of course, be forgotten within Reform
fifteen minutes after the services are over- / | non-
I'erhaps il would not be amiss to remind our fellow men
that the principles of the New Year and the Day oi Atone- ______ _________________
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provide that acts of commission or omission, of wrongs dune = =
10 oui fellow men arc not forgiven l>> our Creator, until E
amends have been made to the man we have wronged, and E
we have been forgiven bj him. E
Hut. be that as it maj .. we are today confronted bj a =
problem that needs solving now resolutions are splendid e
. actions are more important. =
If m m to learn a lesson, if we are to profit b> the =
isi il what has happened in Germany means anything to E
- _u.de for our future conduct then we must, as =
our living Jewishly. We can solve
problems if we but try to.
CANTOR ANT) MRS.
LOUIS HAYMAN
Wish for all Jewry and
ticularly the members and
tiipers Radio Syn-
... a
HAPPTi AND PROSPEROUS
M\\ YEAR
RABBI DAVID KLEIN
Wishes for All Jewry
A "KSIVO TOY AH"
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Rabbi and Mrs.
Alex. S. Kleinfeld
Wish for all Jewry, and par-}
ticularly the members and}
worshipers of Conn. B'nai I-- /
rael of St. Petei -burg,
A HAPPY NEW YEAR {
Rabbi and Mrs.
S. M. MACHTEI E
\nd Daughters
Queenie and Naomi
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Best Wis =
Happy, Health; and =>
Prosperous Sen Year

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com one important fact ... E .. E
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thers if we hut live as Jew- ...if we
- if we ceas* to wonder what the other
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t si n life whi ever) action will receive the 5
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. we sh that is clean and upright ... I
we shall haM is citizens worthy of emulation for E
et it be under* ...... lives the life of a good s
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lr. .n the new year, let our every thought be =
hu: thing, not of doing I we think =
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New Year
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GOLDIE TAMARA
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THB JKWISH FLOMDIAN
Pace Thirty-three
ROSH HASHONAH
A New Year Message
By REV. L. LEHRBR
Bikur Cholin Cong., Asheville, N. C.
pi,,, first day of the month of
Tishri is New Year's day for the
people of Israel.
This is not a New Year's day
for merely a commercial people,
vho are interested only in figures
land i" accounts, of a people de-
[voted lo ledger books, counting and
I|>;U:i" in* tneir se,a'im a"d de-
Inarini. This is a New Year's day
(Rosh Hashono) of the People of
|tnv Hook, of a spiritual people,
Iwho live and exist upon its Torah
land its Faith. This is the Rosh
|Hashono of the Jewish people!
\ Rosh Hashoao of a living
full of vigor and strength,
people who weep when it
Ipcopi
I of a
even while they weep, of a people
who ascend and descend, descend
and ascend.
This is a Rosh Hashono of a
great nation, everlastingly united
with its Creator, of a great na-
tion which always remembers, with
emotional yearning, its glorious
past, and always prays passion-
ately for its expectant future.
This is a Rosh Hashono of Holy
People, possessed of a Holy Torah,
a Holy Land, and a Holy Lan-
guage. "And it shall come to pass,
that he that is left in Zion, and
he that remaineth in Jerusalem,
shall be called holy, even every-
one that is written among the liv-
[hopiis and who are full of hope | ing in Jerusalem" (Isaiah IV, 3).
ters of the alphabet except J.
Second Kings XIX and Isaiah
XXXVI are exactly alike. The last
two verses of 2nd Chron. and the
opening verse of Ezra are alike.
The word "and" occurs in the
Old Testament 85,648 times, and in
the New Testament 10,084 times.
occurs 77,77H times, "vav" 76,922,
and "teth" 11,052. (These are the
least frequent.)
The Bible has been translated
into 467 languages and dialects.
Helpful Advice
for Nazi Invalids
Bible Statistics
There are often enthusiasts who
are also statisticians at heart.
IThey enjoy juggling with figures
land marshalling their facts with
{mathematical exactitude and this
(aptitude for accuracy and precision | Jehovah appears 6,866 times. The
||s a mania which is laboriously car- letter "mem" in the Hebrew text
Iricd ut to a successful consumma-
tion. Statisticians have not left
I the Bible alone and out of the vast
Imass of moral laws, legends, aph-
lorisms, prophecy and what-nots,
ilvcd a system of tabula-
tion which will cause the face of
Imany an ordinary layman to blanch
at the mere thought of the labors
[that have been undertaken.
We quote a few of the figures
Ithat have been amassed by these
matical contortionists.
The authors of the Bible are 50
in number. About 30 books are
mentioned in the Bible, but not in-
I eluded in the canon. The follow-
are of interest:
In the old Testament there are
iks, 929 chapters, 23,214
. 592,439 words, and 2,728,800
Of Apocrypha Hooks there are
14; chapters. 183; verses, 6,081;
252,186.
I middle book of the Bible is
bs; the middle chapter Job
XXix; smallest chapter, Psalm
CXVII; largest chapter Psalm
(XIX.
Ezra VII, 21 contains all the let-
he is anxious to provide a medical
guide so that consistent anti-Sem-
ites should know what to avoid
when they are ill.
A Nazi who has syphilis must
not allow himself to be cured by
salvarsan, because it is the dis-
covery of the Jew, Ehrlich. He
must not even stop to find out
whether he has syphilis because
the Wasserman reaction which i,s
used for the purpose is a discovery
of the Jew. If he thinks he has
gonorrhea, he must not seek to
establish the fact, because again
he will be using the method of a
Jew, Neisser. A Nazi who has
heart disease must not use digi-
talis, which comes from a Jew,
Ludwig Traube. If he has a tooth-
ache he will not use cocaine, or he
will be benefiting by the work of
a Jew, Salomon Stricher. Typhus
must not be treated or he will ben-
efit by the discoveries of the Jews,
Widal and Weill. If he has dia-
betes he must not use insulin, be-
cause of the research work of the
Jew, Winkowsky. If he has a head-
ache, he must shun pyramidon and
anti-pyrin because of the Jews,
Spiro and Kilege.
Anti-Semites who have convul-
sions must put up with them, for
it was a Jew, Osbar Liebrich, who
thought of chloride hydrate. The
same with psychic ailments, Freud
is the father of psych-analysis.
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JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi
BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Cantor
CONGREGATION BETH JACOB
(Orthodox)
Sll Washington Ave.. Miami B*ach
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beginning at 101
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" n with a brief talk j philosophy, religion
Ra "'. '.'. wed I experiences of tse rabbi
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lays.
serving God according to their con-
science, and serving their country
with devotion in the service of
God."Archbishop Michael J. Cur-
ley.
Flowing thought above ]
board,
Will, departing, go not hungry
From Thy presence, Mighty Uti
FROM THE ETHICS OF THE
FATHERS III-4
I have eaten at Thy table,
I have broken of Thy bread,
Oh. have tasted food full-flavored
As ime Holy word was said.
Who has lingered deep on wis-
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Sunday n; ng rvi gin tonight at 6 o'clock at the Lu-
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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
THE JEWISH SCENE
A New Year Message
By RABBI I8SER W. MUSKAT
of Hdh El Congregation, West l'alm Beach
Paj*e Thirty-five
nce more, against the curtain
[the annual twilight hour which
L.,1,1- the coming of the New
|;u. there looms the silhouette of
one. pathetic figure, bowed down
the crushing hatred of a cruel
I. | leaning on the staff of his
|;ji and somberly wending his
L synagogue.
V, js weary Israel, battered and
, iikcn and bleeding from
i ; wounds, who hies to
i hou i,: prayer, there to pass
I :ii before his Qod, to re-
L his lease upon life, and to
|,l :1 bit of comfort and solace
I his brethren.
[All the gates are closed," .-ays
Tain lid, "sxeept the gates of
In," How i>ignanty true that
[today. Today, when the only
I ,.- still open, the only
1 .. tl al is still not "verboten"
I our brethren is the syn-
L ly, when the only thing
\ny ol them are still enabled to
-and that, secretly and with
i to weep, to pour
I- itie!' hearts in prayer
Li supplication.
| I, ..hat a marvelous tonic,
V- .. veritable life-sever the
};':. H diday season has always
thi Jew! Like the moun-
I who, having lost his
Othold, is saved by the rope
ch hinds him to his fellow
[ o is the Jew saved
the life line of his religion,
hirh hinds him to his God and
| When his personal cour-
: and his reason has
^ the Jewish faith has
I suppied the magic lift
I carried the Jew over the
pick gulfs in his history.
. always been and so it
111 be a| ain this New Year, 6696,
iw- in'll leave tho synagogue
Imewhal inburdened and relieved,
1 arts a little lighter and
i ittle brighter, encouraged,
pired, to resume their
i paths, in the hope that
have '."anted their pray-
the ship's crew, who in struggling
to keep the sinking boat afloat, are
fighting not only to save the lives
of the passengers, hut their own
lives as well.
All of us are pretty much in the
same boat. Kven the fortuitous
accident of geography no longer
avails US much. There is not a
land in the Diaspora where anti-
Semitism has not reared its 'head.
The Endeks in Poland, the Cuzists
In Roumania, the Croix de Feu in
ers for life.
But, however salutary that may
be per se, it must not end with
that. "Oif Gott meg men hoffen,
ober alein tor men nit shloffen!"
It is not enough to ask God for
life and happiness. We are again 1France, the Afosley Blackshirta in
compelled to defend our God-given Kn*-rland, the Goglu followers in
rights to life and happiness. we | Canada, the l'elley Silvershirts in
are again confronted by enemies jtnis C()Untrythese are hut a few
who are determined to take the "f ""' 'dark apostles of Hitler ami
lives that God has given us. Streicher, whose policies ami meth-
The Shofar,this year, has, there- '"'* "f exterminating the Jew they
fore, a challenging sound, a mar-i w"ul(l eagerly follow if also given
tial note. "To your tents, o I-- the power.
mobilised fur our self-defense. The I ably effective. Every effort should
boycott-our most effective weap-1 be exerU,d to prt.;.t.nt American
onmust be intensified. All ac- .-.,,..
,-,. ., participation in the forthcoming
live ..nd potential enemies of I
Nazism should l. co-opted and : 01ym|""' **me8 ln Berluv More
n,j_ ,. and more Jewish children should
their work co-ordinated. An An- ., .. ,
be rescued from the Nazi Inferno.
schluss with powerful Catholic Quiet representations at our labor
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In the lace of such formidable E
to us, American Jews, this call is 'oesi what else can we Jews do hut
directed with special emphasis.
Like Esther of old. we have heen
cast by a kind fate into a favored
position. And because we consti-
tute the largest and most influ-
ential segment of world Jewry, our
responsibility is correspondingly
the greater.
But, unlike our part in former
emergencies, our present role is
not merely that of "our brother's
keeper." In the present catastro-
phe it is rather akin to the role of
UNITE! Unite and fight for our
rights and our very lives. All per-
sonalities, all petty interests must
he swept aside to achieve discipline
and concerted action within our
own ranks. The tardy rapproche-
ment within the Zionist movement,
so joyously consummated at the
congress in Lucerne, must be em-
ulated in every Jewish community.
Every legitimate weapon at our
al, every moral and economic
resource at our command must be
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THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN
^*Z: Siptember 27,
THE DAY OF REMEMBRANCE
A New Year's Message
is. REV. B. SAFER
Orlando, Florida
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found a jrr ' ..- ral pr t) erity, nor a
pier and contented jrroup of our
le, than in modern Palestine.
> amazing that di
I It best ea u
n to be merciful
.' \ raham,
: lys for
of
-:.. andicapsTde '
i one thicket and enl orefa estrictioiu and discriminal
red by the with -Ahich a host
of a rai
' lent of the A iceful i
wil- Homeland has
at a phenomenal
I be. The To
n f\\ ii Pa stim mand
--... to
icrif -
r their
ikei
lema that are still unsolved
.. gionthe fact re-
that the Promised Land is
i-apidl] ing the Land of
Our gains made there
our losses in Ger-
many and other lands.
Moi ,U1' position in Pal-
gr ws stronger, <>ur weak-
ened positions in the Galuth are
strengthened. More, perhaps,
than people is rebuild-
ing pa jtim Palestine is rebuild-
ing the Jewish people. The Jewish
vital" reasserting itself.
Our people everywhere are being
. i with hope, courage and
Against such people that is find-
.:" :.:.. w, all the fury of Hit-
, all the recurring waves of
i. will spend their force in
vain and break as the waves
I Gibraltar. The f:st that
rmoer 27, i}l
strikes iron suffers more thai, 1
iron. Israel i- deathless i
may die, but Israel lives on'
The ""' 569B leedk I
lark one for us Jews. But Jl
not despair as we face tlJ v
Year 5696. A1 Tirah A* 2
kov! It's many.
our forefathers first unfurled,
flag of Judaism. And I
is still a ray of light which Jl
"proof through the night" iha.',1i
flag is still there! J
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ridy, September 27, 19S5
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Thirty-seven
IESTROY THE SHYLOCK LEGEND!
,ihcralism and Tolerance in Public and Personal Affairs
Is Needed
By HAROLD HOFFMAN
Governor of the State of New Jersey
The author of this article
was hist week awarded the
American Good Will Plaque
Ir 5695 by majority vote of
the editors of the American-
Jewish publications affiliated
with the Seven Arts-World-
wide Syndicate.
In this modern day, a day in
khich civilization and progress are
1 .1 in elevate us from the
. of primitive provincialism,
I horrent to gaze across the
Atlantic and Bee the evidences of
Intolerance gripping countries
, culture lias been profound.
,,f this kind, conceived in
Ignorance and bigotry, is entirely
Lt of line with the inherent Anier-
nit of fair play.
In this mighty nation, founded
cedom and reared to great-
ness through the gifts in brains,
mi and in blood of all the
keoples of the world, no prejudice
unworthy of America than
one based upon race and religion.
Iftudy the making of America and
|jou will find that from its begin-
ning this country has been destined
ime the cradle of better un-
i nnding among people.
Our nation is distinguished from
because it was founded on
i rights and privileges denied
: /.ens of other nations. Many
|(if those who settled on our shores
unit implanted here the finest of
lAmerican traditions fled from ra-
il economic persecution.
linjrly, the tranters of our
federal constitutions
I into our laws the words "re-
I f>< i iloni." And declaring
Rh;it "all men are created free and
|t I ulity and tolerance for
|the minorities.
As the chief executive officer of
I these original thirteen col-
I' i ould be derelict in my
anca of dutyrecreant to
Imy oath of office if I ever disre-
I any of these principles.
I I hat, my personal con-
I I ave time and again been
expressed publicly when I said that
I i- no room in America for
lany person or group who would
incite lasa hatred or foment re-
ligious prejudice."
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In my private and personal rela-
tionships with neighbors and fel-
low citizens who are of Hebraic
extraction. I have always enjoyed
the friendlie-t concord. As city
treasurer and mayor of my native
town of South Am boy, N. J., daily
contact with Jews has taught me
that race, eolor or creed is never
as important as the individual man.
There are many men in public life
who sec in to have the words "ir-
respective of race, color or creed"
eternally on their lips, but seldom
are those sentiments in their hearts
and minds.
I have tried to the best of my
ability to regard my fellow man as
one whose rights and interests de-
served the same consideration and
protection as my own. The ques-
tion of anti-Semitism is usually
based on a low order of intelli-
gence, and usually it reveals it-
self in some reference to Shylock.
Shylock no more represents the
Jewish race than does Sir Giles
Overreach in Massinger's "A New
Way to Pay Mid Debts," signify
the Gentiles.
1 have always wondered why my
Jewish friends do not counteract
the Shylockian caricature by a wid-
er distribution of such stories as
"The Menorah" and "Zelig," both
written by Benjamin Rosenblatt.
These two stories give a most
wholesome delineation of Jewish
character. They counteract the
voluminous literature of centuries
that depicts the Jew as only a mad
devotee of money. The struggles
Of Lea to keep the Menorah, her
love for her ancestors and the tra-
ditions of her race and religion
make this one of the finest short
stories of all times.
In my own Gentile training I
have never heard one sermon from
my church pulpit which would stir
up racial or religious hatred, and
1 think this is tho true concept of
Christianity. For if it is taught
us continually from the pulpit to
"love our neighbor as ourself,"
wouldn't it be a difficult doctrine
to absorb if there was a qualify-
ing phrase added to the above pre-
cept, "except the Jews, the Hindus
and the Moslems."
I like to recall an incident that
happened at the Chicago Bull
Moose convention in 1912. The
pandemonium that broke loose at
the completion of the party slate
shattered all records for enthu-
siasm. And when the band started
playing "Onward, Christian Sol-
diers," who was it at the head of
the happy, delirious throng that
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marched up and down the aisles?
No one else but the late Oscar
Straus. And the gentle kidding
and bantering that Straus had to
take afterward promoted the best
of tolerance and good fellowship.
The liberality and tolerance of
my public and personal viewpoints
toward racial relationships has
more than repaid me in the thou-
sands of warm and undying friend-
ships that have come to me. I
hope that I shall always have the
courage to stand against those who
would destroy our American ideal-
ism through the dissemination of
propaganda or create in the minds
of any of us hostility and hatred
because of racial or religious views.
Let us all re-dedicate ourselves
to those cherished principles of
liberty, which, since the adoption
of the Declaration of Independence
and the Constitution, have been re-
garded as the sacred herita)
the American people. Let us fol-
low out to a worthy conclusion the
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*
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MIAMI, FLORIDA
noble experiment started in 1776
when our forefathers, seeing that
our government should endure as a
common unit with the loyalty of
all its elements, expressed the hope
that those who followed them
should live together as neighbors
in the mutual pursuit of happiness,
each contributing in large or small
measure ill the upbuilding of this
mighty nation, the "blessed land
of room enough."
(Copyright, 1986, by Seven Arts
Feature Syndicate)
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Paee Thirty-eight
TH1 JEWISH FLORIDUN
Friday, SptmW tf
SPIRITUAL RESERVES
A Kosh Hashono Message
By RABBI DAVID L. ZIELONKA
Congregation Schaarai Zedek, Tampa. Florida
in due
minds
PHI BETA DELTA OFFICERS
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and
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from the-ir
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of Florida in Gainesville. This is one <.f the leading Jewish fra-
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Maurice Cromer of Miami, secretarj: Uvin Caaaell of Miami Beach,
president; center, from lefl to right, arc Joe << Safer of Jackson-
ville, treasurer, and Harrj Lasris of Jacksonville, clerk; bottom,
from lefl to right, are Leonard Pepper of Daytona Beach, vice-pres-
ident, and Bennetl Applebaum of Miami, marshal.
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.lav. September 27, 1035
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Thirty-nine
HISTORY MUST GUIDE US
A New Year Message
By DR. CARL N. HERMAN
Rabbi, Beth Israel Congregation, Weal Palm Beach, Fla
\. we, the Jrwish people, past
,. .tin-1- New Year we arc re-
, with great emphasis that
.,. an historical tradition.
history OCCU-

a prominent
curricu-
mr religious
That is be-
Jew and
; ion have a
. ius b a c It-
history.
, once our
f formal reli-
: atiotl arc
ieem ti>
the historical
p in cut of
the life of our people. It is part
of a thread which run- throughout
our history and one which cer-
tainly shown Bigns of fraying, even
in spite of all the
horrors of i intern-
porary Jewish his-
tory in Germany
and elsewhere.
"in- task i- two-
, to as-
our brethren in
their d and
:, I o look
and with vi-
rus ide for tin'
. spon-
l o w a r d
of 118 who suf-
fer because they are
he quickened by the real-
verted from their present tendency
to the position of bygone years
where they were principally houses
of Jewish learning and inspiration.
We have had an excess of the uti-
lisation of the pulpit for purposes
the predominant interest of which
is to entertain and attract instead
of to inspire and compel. If the
Jewish pulpit is to be merely in-
formative along literary, dramatic,
semi-Bcientific or other secular
. it would do better to yield
;'- place to other cultural agencies
which are less expensive and more
effective. Our rabbis should he
special uch religious ideals
piritual it ream of
il flowed from the
Bible all I |uent Jew-
ind effort. The Jews
have been calli d the people of the
Book. If .. till thai hould
which we i
where we boast of what our fa-
thers did without being able to
Co-operate with your rabbis and
ither leaders of Jewish educational
speak of what we have added by [effort and yours will be the sati.s-
to their | faction of having saved the pre-
cious heritage of your people to
bless the world further with spir-
itual inspiration and ethical aspira-
I ion.
we are the
Too many of our adults, Jews wi
.- many of our lay leaders, ization that we are here and they
knowledge <>f Jewish his- are there because of historical ac-
rhich ends with .Moses. This cidetit largely.
nf earnest attempts which In preparing for the future and
ing made in the field of
ducation.
An historical people needs to
know its whole history if it would
wisely provide for its future. The
genen
part is not one isolated from
mi current of Jewish history.
I Ue are an integral part of it. The
.! hour writes but another
chapter in the great and endless
volume which tells the story of
lew.
Tin crises in Jewish affairs
around the world today remind us
keenly of these facts. Rosh Ha-
-hanah this year will find us think-
finite terms of our rela-
of Jewish history. Hit-
not a new phenomenon in
in solving our problems let us not
be stampeded into adopting pan-
aceas suggested by false prophets.
May the coming year find us im-
bued with the faith and trust in
ation of Jewry of which we God which historically has been
the weapon upon which we have
relied successfully. May our his-
torical consciousness be stimulated
toward a finer personal knowledge
of our history, in order that we
may properly evaluate the solu-
tions offered. May the New Year
find written in the annals of Jew-
ish history the account of a gen-
eration id' our people, fully awaro
that religion and religion alone
is significant in Jewish life. A
Happy New Year to our brethren
a Happy Spiritual New Year.
way of a contribution
achievement.
Accordingly, I plead for an in-
creased Jewish interest. Let US
keep in mind that we are intended
by Divine appointment to be a
light of spiritual illumination and
leading to the nations. It is a glo-
rious privilege. We can only be
true to the challenge of that call
if we keep the light of that torch
aglow fed by the fervor of our
faith flowing from the ever in-
creasing fount of our knowledge.
It is generally true that a little
knowledge is a dangerous thing.
In Jewish life a little kilo'.
is a tragic th ng. It means the
hazarding of a holy heritage that
has cosl so t remendous in life ami
that "id. nee or
:.cl careles i d con-
sent to see it jeopardised.
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we have given the Hook, the Bible,
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moted knowledge of it in way- not ^
always acceptable to us, more than s
LENA A I.F.MAN
we have. We must parallel this
with an exposition of it in keep-
ing with the spirit of Jcwi.-h tra-
dition. We cannot do this unless
we make it a possession of popu-
lar knowledge as well as of our
professional specialists. Time was
when knowledge of things Jewish
wa- common in Jewish life. This
has been growing increasingly un-
common. It were a tragic anti-
climax to our career if we ever
reached the point towards which
too many have already drifted,
Extends Best Wishes =
for 1
A HAPPY NEW YEAR =
The Need of a
Jewish Revival
Bj l)|{. EV. ED. NE'EMON
is need of a revival and
ration of Jewish interest.
The World requires increased Bpir-
itual stimulus. Every organized
n must do its part and con-
tribute its share. The Jew can
only I*' true to his duty in the sit-
if he increases his knowl-
edge of Jewish ideals and values.
II only admire what we know,
and we can only love what we ad-
mire.
\ important as it is for the
! people generally to pro-
mote their religious knowledge, to
the end of strengthening their rc-
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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that they set in motion and main
tain agencies of n ligious educa-
tion for our youth. If we are
lukewarm, our youth will become
cold. A lowering of their religious
fervor will imply frigidity of faith j
for the next generation that would
mark the ice age or disappearance
of Jewish religiOUS interest. To the
end of greater Jewish Interest
through Jewish education our Tem-
ples and Synagogues must be con-
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AND FAMILY
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Tape Forty
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Friday, September 27
'. 1935
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THE ENEMY WITHIN
\ n x Year Message
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for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
D. E. SOX
Chief of Police
CORAL GABLES
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those
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ENVY, which has
blems. Let us
rat with our Rabbis and
itteea uphold th< Sa-
crednesa and Dignity of our TRA-
DITIONAL JUDAISM.
SINCERE GREETINGS
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR

MRS. CORA BAIN
CITY CHARITIES
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Judge of (he Civil Court of
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DADE COUNTY
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Postmaster
MIAMI, FLORIDA
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Building Inspector
City of Miami
SINCERE WISHES FOR A
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
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LEONARD K. THOMSON
TAX COLLECTOR
for
DADE COUNTY
THE CITY OF MIAMI
Recognizing the participation of Its Jewish
citizens in every civic and welfare movement
for the good of the general community, takes
pleasure in extending to all Jewry sincere
wishes for
A Happy New Year
A. D. H. FOSSEY, Mayor
E. G. SEWELL,
ROBERT R. WILLIAMS,
L. L. LEE, City Manager
ALEXANDER ORR, JR.,
ORVILLE RIGBY,
Commissioners


Friday, September 27, 1935
THB JBWISH FLORJDIAN
PaRe Forty-one
PLAIN TALK
'A Speech to God on Rosh Hashonah"
By AL SEGAL
Appeal to League of Nations
Aid German Jews
to
This is the season when the Jew
(if he is conscious at all as to
what these holy days are all about)
takes up philosophy. He looks at
himself and he looks at God.
0 my Lord God, how strangely
Thou hast made me! An immor-
tal who at times wonders for what
he lives. A son of prophets whose
voice must hawk goods in the mar-
ket place. A peacemaker who is
trampled by the feet of all the
armies. A meek man who outliv-
eth all the arrogance that has op-
pressed him. A man without a
sword to whom it hath been given
, look even a thousand years later
at the rusted swords of his en-
emies in the glass cases of mu-
seums.
"0 God, when I carry Thy law
and am the saint, I am burned; and
when I forget Thy law and am the
sinner also then are the faggots
kindled under me. When I am
like other men and gather wealth,
1 am condemned for greed, but
when 1 take up the prophet's man-
tle to offer a vision of righteous-
ness for the eyes of men I am ac-
cused of a rebellious spirit which
is tlic enemy of man.
"When I am rich I am despised
as one who hath robbed the poor
and when 1 am poor I am despised
for my rags and the unkempt tan-
my beard. When I separate
myself from the .society of man-
kind, they say to me, 'Why art
thou different from other people?'
Km when I seek the company of
all men, to be of them, they say
to me, 'Thou seekest to be like
other men when thou art but a
Jew' and they set me apart.
"0 my Lord God, why hast Thou
made me this paradox? Thou hast
given me certain talents and I am
the artist, or the great physician,
or one learned in the law, or one
that knoweth the secrets of the
universe; but when by reason of
these strengths I have risen high,
I am reviled 'Jew! Jew! Thou
lias ascended to high places that
are for others' and they smite
me down.

"I that hath had the courage to
live even a thousand years of pain
tremble before my enemies. They
smite me and 1 fear to cry out my
pain, lest the enemies become more
enraged. I am hero and coward in
one.
"Thou hast given me good ban-
ners to carry in the world ... the
banners of Thy law and the ban-
ners of Thy prophets ... to carry
them before the eyes of men, but
I fear to raise them, lest men say:
What doth this Jew seek? This
is a Jew that carries these ban-
ners.'
"O God, for what reason am I
more burdened than other men? I
carry my own small sins, but must
carry also the sins of other men
from among my people; for of the
sinner they say, 'He is a Jew, a
(Continued on Page 42)
Geneva (WNS) The Assembly
of the League of Nations, now in
session here, has taken under con-
sideration a telegraphic appeal
from Dr. Stephen S. Wise, presi-
dent of the Committee of Jewish
Delegations, that the league take
some action against the "cruel per-
secution and defamation of Ger-
man Jews." Dr. Wise's appeal
said: "Anti-Jewish legislation in
the Third Reich represents a re-
gression to medieval policy with
regard to Jews, and creates in the
heart of Europe of the 20th cen-
tury a new ghetto for the purpose
of oppressing and dishonoring the
Jewish people. By outlawing Ger-
man Jews, by carrying on system-
atically anti-Jewish propaganda the
world over and by spreading racial
theories which imply a negation
of the very principle of equality
of rights for all peoples and races,
the policy of the Third Reich de-
stroys the basis of modern civili-
zation and the League of Nations,
as the embodiment of the hopes
and ideals pursued by the noblest
minds of all lands. We appeal to
you and through you to the League
of Nations, in the unshaken belief,
to which we Jews have clung
throughout the centuries of our
tragic history, that forces of right
cannot fail to prevail, that the
conscience of mankind will not tol-
erate that Jews should be degraded
in this century as pariahs. The
struggle against the anti-Jewish
policy of the Third Reich is a task
incumbent upon humanity, whose
future is menaced in the increas-
ingly threatening tendencies dis-
played by this policy. The Jewish
people will pursue with inflexible
determination the struggle which
has been thrust upon them in the
unfailing hope that all peoples who
prize liberty and justice, and in
particular the states which are
members of the League, will stand
by it in its defense of the funda-
mental principles of humanity."
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
LOSEY, THE FLORIST
1519 N. W. 28th St.
Phone 2-1558
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Recreation Dept.
City of Miami
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Sincere Wishes for a
VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR
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GENERAL CONTRACTOR
142 N. \V. 15th Ave. Phone 3-2281
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Patrons for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN
Friday, September 27, 1935
PLAIN TALK
\U \I. SKi.AI.
J that the
bui
row and I
al unto me wh
esides. Upoi
knew them in Egypt and on Sinai
and in the time of the temple.
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have I, I
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men,
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me. and my fi
wh
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ami tlif pain of all m>
whel
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the 11 I am made

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know his
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but a clown crying th
"As an immortal man I must
: with the
I must
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me, 1 >m
true ti
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mankind, nevei myself
from then I what
may Bay of mi. I he Jew.
ins .1 man's full part in the world.
I must speak ir justice
ophet's
nly a lament
y own 1 a
MRS. M. II. KISLEB
Prominent Communal Worker and
Tampa Correspondent of The
Jewish Floridian.
and know not why they are
afflicted. I" that I carry the pain
of my brethren I am forever made
conscious that I am not one that
liveth for himself alone.
"In that I carry this responsi-
bility for the good name of my
. 1 Bni bound to guard my
theend that they may seek
for me only thi elevations
laracter.
innol escape from
being a Jew, there is left to me
only to make the best of being a
and tlms to i>e of the noblest
among men.
"But one thine I ask of Thee, 0
pain of my brethren. Blessed art
Thou, (i God, in that Thou hast put
on my back a res] onsibility for
I name of my people.
I- thai l carry this special pain
"How absurd, 0 my God, is the j for jeWi ] have a thing
""'>' worthy for which to suffer, unlike
his enta* other men who carry their small
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and th el r me and |
istice me without
for all men.
"And if men say. 'This
Ji a in the world, What
doth thi Ji w -eek'." I shall not
I; for 1 shall havi
true to mj
"An I, 11 my Lord God, blessed
y name that Thou has given
me ti.' al burdens which are
the pain for being a Jew and the
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Best Wishes
For a Happy New Year
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MAIN OFFICE:
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TAMPA, FLA.
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We Are Sincere
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Phone 2330 5
I V.MI'A. FLORIDA
To our thousands of Jewish friends we extend best
wishes for a very prosperous
and
HAPPY NKW YEAR
. MAAS BROTHERS
Famous for Knowing How to Make
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Fridy. September 27, 1936
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
St. Petersburg
New Year services at Congrega-
tjon B'nai Israel, 1039 Arlington
ave., Alexander S. Kleinfeld, Rabbi,
for Rosh Hashonoh eve, September
i!7th, begin at 8 o'clock. The rabbi
will deliver a short New Year's
meting Saturday. Morning serv-
,,.j begin at 8:30. The sermon
I subject is "Israel's New Year."
Saturday night services begin at
0 o'clock. Sunday morning at
g:30, when the sermon will be "The
Shifti'itf Scenes of Life." The
members of the choir are Oscar
Silverman, Jerome Silverman and
Corine Silverman, Buddy Sweet,
Tybie Kothblatt, Jennie Sierkesc,
Dina Bernstein, Hazel Abrams,
Abrams and William Ab-
rams, Kern Goldberg and Jerome
Goldberg, Philip Benjamin and
Irene Jacobs.
Mr. Ilyman Jacobs, the president
of the congregation, will take
charge of the shachris and offi-
;, :n the morning services.
Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Tannenbaum
iic the happy parents of a new
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born son. The Bris took place
September 24th. Mr. Dayon of
Tampa was the Mohel. The par-
ents of Mr. Tannenbaum of Sa-
vannah, Ga., attended the Brith and
will remain over the holidays in
this city. Mr. and Mrs. L. Esrick
were the quaters, Mr. J. Miller
Sandek, and the other honors were
shared by all present.
On the first day of R0h Hash-
onoh William Abrams will be Bar
Mil/.va. II,. will chant the Haf-
toro and deliver an address on "Re-
vivalism," which will be followed
by a short admonition by the rabbi.
Tic synagogue will be fittingly
decorated, as it will mark the first
New Year celebration in the new
edifice,
Rosh Mashono will be ushered in
at Temple Beth El Friday eve-
ning, when Rabbi Rothstein will
preach on "Why a Jewish New
Year?" Saturday morning the
rabbi will preach a sermon on "The
Jewish Philosophy of Life." Spe-
cial services at theses Holy Day-
will he conducted by Rabbi Roth-
stein, who assumed his pulpit du- !
ties last week.
Page Forty-three
Tampa Notes
Services at Rodoph Sholom
Cong, for Rush Hashono begin to-
night. The Junior and Senior
Choirs will assist the Rabbi in
chanting the prayers. A special
prayer will be recited in memory
of Rabbi Abraham Kook. Satin-
day morning .Mr. David Stein will
cl ant the Shachris and Rabbi Bur-
ger will chant the Musat', assisted
by the choirs. The rabbi will
preach on "The Synagogue." Sun-
day the rabbi will pleach mi "The
Call of the Shofar."
legation; treasurer of the Flor-
ida Conference of Orthodox and
Conservative Rabbis and Lay-
men.
The Young Men's Hebrew Asso-
ciation is making plans for the
Yom Kippur night dance, full de-
tails of which will be announced
next week.

MR. and MRS.
M. H. KISLER
of Tampa, Fla.,
Extend Best Wishes to
All for a
Very Happy New Year
DAVID STEIN
Prominent Pioneer Jewish Leader.
President of Rodoph Sholom Con-
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JKWIIH FLOEIDUN
Friday, September 27
1935
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ii,,n facing the altar.
Rev, Safer will chant all serv-
Cohen, president of the congrega.
tion, will speak during the sen.
ires on matters of importance to
I preach the Bermoni both ^ ft ^ communitv
daya of Rosh Hashono. Mr. V- J.
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Macht< studio beca-
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: rass rai were prea
to Oh -" Congregation by
Mr. Louis Wolly in memory of his
. Lillian, who died several
months ago. The candelabrae are
tinted by Mogen Dovids on
which the memorial inscription has
. ngraved. They were placed
in the sanctuary of the congrega*
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Lasl ial servici
Rev.
B. Sal
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' VI u will conduct the
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for
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KISER DRILLING CO.
Water Wells for All
Purposes
288 N. \Y. 30th St.
I'hone 2-717H
BEST WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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U. S. WELDING AND
IRON WORKS
I2S N. W. First Court
MIAMI
MIAMI
COMBS FUNERAL SERVICE
MIAMI AND MIAMI REACH
Extends* Sincere Wishes for B
HAPPY NEW YEAR
It Is Our Pleasure to Extend to All Our Jewish
Friends and Patrons Our Sincere Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
SWARR LAUNDRY
1510-1512 N. W. 36th St.
Phone 2-5385
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Lewis-Freel Distributing Co.
Distributors of
HELLMAN'S MAYONNAISE
SHEFFORD CHEESES
KEEBLER CRACKERS
401 N. W. First Court Phone 2-2141
BEST WISHES
A HAPPY NEW YE \R
FRENCH BENZOL
CLEANERS
1120 s. W. Eighth St.
Branch: 616 S. Miami Avo.
For Quality Work
Phone 2-5901
That the New Year May Be Full of Joy and
Happiness Is the Sincere Wish of
MR. AND MRS. MAX DAUM
Operators of
UNITED KOSHER MARKET
1K6 N. W. Fifth St.
Phone 8-2270
Where ihe Finest in FRESH POULTRY and QUAL-
ITY WESTERN BEEF, Strictly Kosher, May Be
Had at Very Reasonable Prices
THE SUWANEE LIFE INSURANCE CO.
607 Florida National Hank Hldjr.
Extends to All Jewry Sincere Wishes for a
Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEAR
J
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Ol'R BEST WISHES FOB A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H. B. SCHULTE CO.
Bl BTON K. FOLSOM, Mgr.
INVESTMENTS
Ingraham Bld. Miami


Friday. September 27, 1M6
ewish News
Around the
World
))ulch Merchants Reverse Self and
Organize to Back Boycott
Amsterdam (WN'S)Reversing
[heir previous attitude of opposi-
tion to the anti-Nazi boycott, hun-
[g of Dutch firms engaged in
Ihc manufacture or ready made
Nothing ami kindred goods pledged
vis unanimously to sup-
port the boycott and undertook to
, : the boycott in Holland by
ammunicating with leaders of
(iihcr lines of business in this coun-
1 This pledge was taken si-
faiultaneousy with a meeting of 10,-
BOO Patch citizens of all creeds
meeting under the auspices of the
Committee for Special Jewish In-
|(, rests. The meeting adopted a
tion expressing horror at the
anti-Semitic legislation in
Germany and appealing to all peo-
Iplcs not to cease their protest un-
Itil the rights of German -lews have
ll.'cn restored. Among the speak-
I lather II. Drost of Rot-t
terdam, Dr. Le Visser, vice-presi-
Ui-nt of the High Council of the
lands; professors from Am-
is:.! dam University, two Protes-
ninisters and the chief rabbi
Icf Amsterdam.
No. 4 announced that a resolution
had been passed to request the ex-
ecutive committee of the Constitu-
tional Grand Lodge to re-examine
and reconsider the question of en-
dorsing the boycott of German
made goods. The resolution will
be presented to the executive com-
mittee when it meets in Cincinnati
next January by Judge Isadore M.
Golden of Sun Francisco, first vice-
president of the Constitutional
Grand Lodge, and P. Allen Rickles,
of Seattle, president of District
Grand Lodge No. l, and an effort
will be made to have the entire
order to go on record officially in
favor of the boycott. Hundreds of
members of the 40 B'nai B'rith
lodges in District l. which em-
braces California, Oregon, Utah,
-Montana, Arizona, New Mexico,
Washington and British Columbia,
have been supporting the boycott
openly as individuals for quite
some time.
Mizrachi to Settle Orthodox Amer-
ican .ies in Palestine
P'nai B'rith District I Urgefl Or-
der to Support Boycott
teles (WN'S) A move to
If.t the B'nai B'rith tO change its
attitude of opposition to
the anti-Nazi boycott was launched
I here when, following a recording
ibmitted by mail, mem-
f the general committee of
1 B'l : District Grand Lodge
New York (UN'S) Establish-
ment of a Mizrachi I.and Develop-
ment Corporation for the coloniza-
tion of American Orthodox Jews
in Palestine was authorized at the
annual conference here of the na-
GREETINGS
JOSEPH H. NAUSS
Realtor
11 i Coral Way Phone Ev. ISO
CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
HENRY WILSON
State Road Dent.
It Is a Pleasure to Extend
Season's Greetings and
Best Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
1 THE REXALL_DRUG ~STORES ]
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
"g""J-"**~*' 1 ... |
tional executive of the American
Mizrachi Organization. The pro-
posed corporation is to purchase
large tracts of land, develop it and
gradually help settle middle class
colonists as well as laborers of re-
ligious inclinations and observances
with the assurance of proper means
Of sustenance and ability to con-
duct a truly traditionally Jewish
life in Palestine. The president of
Mizrachi was instructed to name
a committee of business men and
experts on Palestine colonization
and land buying to study the proj-
ect and report at the Mizrachi con-
vent inn next January. The na-
tional executive also launched a
national membership drive for
_'.">.niio new members.
Page Forty-five
Ham Thalheimer and Sidney O.
Levinson. By means of a serum
obtained from the blood of conva-
lescent scarlet fever patients the
two doctors obtained a substance
which when injected into persons
suffering from haemolytic strep-
tococcus has proved helpful.
Jewish Physicians Develop Serdm
lor Dreaded Disease
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
FORT DALLAS HOTEL
Reasonable Rates by Day or
or Week
Open All Year Round
126 N. E. 12th St. Miami
KATZ LIQUOR STORK
2306 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
Opp. Koney Plaza Hotel
Extends
NEW YEAR GREETINGS
Chicago (WNS)Development
of a serum for the deadly haemo-
lytic streptococcus is reported by
two Jewish physicians, Drs. Wil-
j
AHERN FUNERAL HOME
FRANCIS AHERN, Pres.
1S49 West Flagler Street
Telephone 2-2211
AMBULANCE SERVICE
ROBBINS ROOFING A SHEET
METAL WORKS
Responsible Roofers Since 1919-
Inspections and Estimates Free.
222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MONEY AVAILABLE
at low rates of interest for
repairing or building com-
plete house. Complete stock
new building material.
Guaranteed 2.v. Saving to
You n Good Reconditioned
Material.
EZELL LUMBER &
SUPPLY CO.
2 KM N. W. 7th Ave.
Phone 2-7l."iN
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S and Patrons
Best Wishes for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
BARFIELD
EMPLOYMENT
AGENCY
ti \. W. Third Ave.
MIA MI
BEST WISHES
for a
M W\-\ NEW ^ EAR
BEST WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
THE SCHLAMP
STUDIO
2134 Biscayne Blvd.
Phone 2-2532
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* for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
OUSLER
SANDWICH ("O.
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Tf Special Attention Given to }*
/ Picnics and Fishing Parties H
/ bid S. W. 2nd Ave.
' Phone 2-277(1
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for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI STOVE
EXCHANGE
1721-2.5 S. W. First St.
MIAMI. I I.A.
Beet Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ATLANTIC SHOE
SHOP
21(1 N. K. First Ave.
MIAMI
To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons We Wish
A HAPPY AMI PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
For I'rompt Service
(all a
BLUE AND GRAY CAB
RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT
LOWEST MIAMI KATES
Ci>" 2-4141 20 N. W. First Ave.
H. FRIEDMAN
f
SKA CREST HOTEL
Extends Best Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAB
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for a ; =
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|| GEO. L. DIXON CO. \ \
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Equipment
"00 N. E. 2nd Ave.
I'hone 2-67SI
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29 N. W. THIRD AVE.
Phone 2-:{.">:r>
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for a |
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HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
H. L. COOK
BEST WISHKS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M. 0. HUCK PAINT CO., INC. '
Distributors of
LUCAS PAINTS
ENAMELS LACQUERS
VARNISHES BRUSHES
WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL
The Most Complete Line of Paints and Supplies
112 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-7(>5(i
SMITHS CAFE
-> Places"
517 N. Miami Ave. 522 N- Miami Ave.
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI
THE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX
CONGREGATION
Extends Sincere Wishes to All Jewry for a
"K'SIVA VCHSIMO TOVAH"
Seats for the High Holy Days May Be Obtained :.t the
Synagogue, 1546 S. W. Third St.
Rabbi Julius Washer. Cantor Boris Schlaehman in Charge


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BEST WISHES
for ;i
happi new vear
BEING HONEST
Tonight we shall usher in Kosh Hashono. a New^Year. J*e J
fervenl prayers and ask that .0 be granted a year of happmess, of neaiin
and of prosperity How man, of you when asking ^J"gf lhin,
honest enough to ask himsell the question. Have 1 done tne -
bv those less fortunate than I?" Will m- be Mnccrc en, uuh toi ^
it is utter folly to ask that we be .ranted that which we m b *erj
way have failed to give to one of our own human Jjmj"- Darticu]ar|y
It is traditionall) Jewish that on the eve of anj holiday. Parl'"ia"d
on the eve of .he penitential day,, we think of those who are in nd
diStWoS vou be hones, with yourself and feel that >OU are doing jusl a
m^L^JrZr^Z W85J5 ?or%ur less tfgfitfg
the Jewish Welfare Bureau at the Congress building. It will help them
... It will help YOU.
no blood kin of his.
New YorkThe laumhing of
, nation-wide drive, to commMc,
I with the Jewish High Holiday 2
Bon, for the purpose of raisine i
the United States the amount,'-
.-,00.000 for Palestine Land R.
demption was announced yestenj,
by the Jewish National Fnn^
America.
(Continued on Next P
BEST WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW VEAR
Daniel P. Galen
MUNICIPAL JUDGE
MIAMI BEACH
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Hungarian Nail leader Adopted
Sun of Rabbi
Budapesl (WNS) The latest
n ;:. Hungary is the dis-
v that Kanhauser Kaufman.
yalt; of the Hungarian Nazis, is
thi ted son of Rabbi Kaufman
trice 1 1;. |, First epoi ts stated that
the natural son of
e ii conclu .-nan. but the latter ex-
t the J thai the Nazi leader was
a ra 1 n ted
. Israel, The Lord is'G Vear in Jerusalem."
VAL C. CLEARY
City Councilman
MIAMI BEACH
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Dr. :nd Mr-. Samuel Arono
PY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. H. R. \dl.r
PPY NEW YEAR
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|ir. and Mr-. Frank 1 ore)

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Drevich
Relatives and
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. Charles Goldstein
Family
and
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. D. Goodman
Wish All Thi Ri at and
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. .la.k Hirsch
and Sen
Wish All Their Relatives at 1
Friends
A HAPP1 SEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasanoff
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A IIAPI'Y NEW YEAR
Mr. Caul Haer
'.. H -.i'i'Y SEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. Nat Blumherir
VPPY NEW YEA*.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hulhin
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mr-. \. Einhorn
Sons : K W '
' Their Relat
Frit
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. Leon Blkin
: Family
and
; A I'i'Y SEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldman
Family
Wi-h All Their Relatives and
Frit
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. Max Jacobskind
and Daughters
\ Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY SEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. Leonard Ban
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. .Lewis Brown
Wish Al
Frit
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. France- .1. Berner
and Family
Friei
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowiti
and Family
All Their Rela
Frk
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. William Clein
and Family
All Their Relative- and
a Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. Leonard Kp-tein

Wish '
Frit
A HA I'I'Y NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. Joseph M. Fine
W sh a:. Tl R<:
I -
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank
and Family
Wish All Thi
Friei
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. I-idor Fine
and Son
Wish All Their Re stives and
Friei
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Harry Freeman
111.
Wishes All Hit Ri and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Murry Crossman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAH
Mr. and Mr-. Ted Gulkis
and DaUJ
Wish All Their Relatives and
ends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Rev. and Mrs. S. t.utman
and Family
Wi-h All ] alive- and
Frii
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. ('. S. Jamison
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. l.oui- Ltfltt
and Family
Wish All Their Relative? and
Friends
A HA I'I'Y NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman N. Ler|
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler
and Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner
anil S
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Eli levin
and Family
Wish All their Relatives ui
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M
Mr. Morris (.ulkis
Friei
A HA I'I'Y NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (ireenheri:
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Fi iends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. .1. I.. Kaufman
and Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HA I'I'Y NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. < ha-, (ireenfield
Family
All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kotkin
and Family-
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
H
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Mr. and Mr-, l-idor Cohen
Ul Their Relal
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. George Coldherc
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Hartz
s and
Frii
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. A. Kronenfeld
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn
. Arthur,
i f Elizabeth, N. J.
Wish All Their R la iv, nd
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Mandel
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives ar.d
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr-. Vlex Mill"
Wish All Their Relatival u
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I.ouis Miller
of the Mavfield Court Apartmrt"
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Mint*"
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
M. Victor Miller
Wishes All His Relatives anc
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Hoffman
' Thi R,
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. \. Kaplan
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
o
Mr. and Mr-. Harr) Oliph'
and Son, Elmer
Wish All Their Relatives an
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


[Friday. September 27, 1935
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
Page Forty-seven
Above are officers and members of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity at the University of Miami
in (oral Gables. Reading from left to right, top row, are: Larry Lefkowitz, Lester Walder,
Stanley H. Rose, Arthur Rosencrans, Bernard Horowitz. Alfred Musella. Jonas Kosenfield, Leon-
ard Greenfield and William Davidoff. Bottom row: Myron Broder. George Reiehgott, Melvin
(J. Cohen. Stanley B. Rose. Joseph Rose and Samuel Greenberg.
I)r. Israel Goldstein, president
I i the Fund, who returned last
[Friday from Lucerne, Switzerland,
[where he participated in the World
Conference for Palestine Land Re-
dci taken in accornance with a res-i Xew York, and President of the
olution of the Zionist Congress American Jewish Congress, has ac-
aiming to obtain the sum of $5,000,- ,,, u v- _
.,,... .. ... eepted the honorary chairmanship,
IKiii Jor the acquisition ot new
land areas in Palestine and inalien- and Mfl Maur,ce Lev">- President
of Hearn's Department Store of
New York, has accepted the na-
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Idemption, and in the l'.'th Zionist able property, that Dr. Stephen S.
. -tated that the drive, un- Wise, rabbi of the Free Synagogue,
tional chairmanship of the Amer- I Redemption, under whose akspi.es
lean Committee for Palestine Land the drive will lie constructed.
THE OFFICERS AM) MEMBERS OF THE
"YOUNG MEN'S
HEBREW ASSOCIATION"
AND AFFILIATED ACTIVITIES
Extend to All Jewry Sincere and Heartfelt Wishes
for
A H A I I Y N E W Y E A R
Full of Joy and Devoid of Sorrow
To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year"
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Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovilz
and Daughter
Ml Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orlin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Ida Optner
and Sons
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper
and Family
w'ish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Robert I. Polep
"ishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
R
Mr. and Mrs. Martin Raff
"ish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
,r- and Mrs. Max Rappaport
and Family
v,'ish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. H. Rose
and Sons
'>sh All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
George and Leon Reiehgott
and Mother
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. Bert L. Riesner
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. William Robinson
President Beth
David Sisterhood
Wishes All Members
and Her Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort
and Son
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rosenfeld
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. 11. Ray vis
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
s
Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Simon
ami Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson
and Children, Norms and Shepard
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rosen
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mrs. Mary Schrebnick
and Family
of West Palm Beach
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Samet
and Daughter
\\ ish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Silver
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YKAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shindel
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YKAR
Mr. and Mrs. Dave Solomon
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. J. Roscnthal
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Reisman
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Miss Sarah Shochet
Wishes All Her Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
The Misses Ray U. and Esther V.
Shochet
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Frederick K. Shochet
Wishes All His Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. David Sontag
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YKAR
Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannenhaunt
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Tobin
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
l'i lends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tobin
and Son
Wish all Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Tobin
and Family
Wish All Their Relative- and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
u
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I hlfelder
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YKAR
w
Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner
and Daughter
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YKAR
Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YKAR
Mr. and Mrs. Max Weinberger
and Daughter, Elsie
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YKAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub
and Son
Wish all Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Traeger
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Nat. L. Williams
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher
and Family
Wish All Their Relatives and
Friends
A HAPPY NEW YEAR


Page Forty-eight
THE JEWISH FI.QKHHAN
,wo works' vacation ipent in Hen- every
dersonville, N. C.
Friday, September 27, ],
The KM ''lull ill hold its reg-
., nuetin a, the home "f *l,ss
i-nrl SnTei.
t Florence Willner returned
, lu-i- h 'mi' i" \'e I! unswick, N.
i .,,-.,., n visit of several weeks
,vi. h hi i cousin, Miss Ruth Wolly.
Mi>- Wollj iKvompanied Miss W ill-
IH'I I
>:

I
Phi Epsilon Pi
../ office, sport and extra-cur- Irvinjr Lippman and Leonard f
.icular activity of the school. One: sass<.r transfer
,lf the aiumni, Robert E.I. Sch- of ^ I
.,., |g ,his year a member of the
faculty in the Spanish department. I
Officers for the school year of
l93B.3(5 are Harry Feller, supe-
rior; Joseph S. Rose, vice-superior;
Henry Schwartz, recording secre-
tary; Myron Broder, correspond-
ing secretary, and Sam Greenberg,
treasurer.
Members in the university this
year are: .Milton Keller, Arthur
Rosencrans, William Davidoff, Ber-
nard Horowitz, Samuel P. Green-
berg, -Mac Mehlman, A. J. Kaplan,
The I'lii Kpsilon Pi Fraternity .
,,,. inl0 existence as the first .1111111111.....I........"""......."|
national fraternity on the Univer- =
sity of Miami campus in Septem- E
her, l!'2!l. E
The portion* of the Torah i"i Rosh Hashona ill be read at the VnionR the foremost in all ac- g
Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation by pupil- of it- Talmud l"orah h ,|uv have participated in =
above. Keadinu from left lo rinht are Oscar Rappaporl and Martin
Green berg.
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he will spend tlti' High ll"l- = ,-,,,. .,
"days. E j | \ I I \ N'EW i'EAR
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BEST WISHES
for a
iiaity NEW VI \i:
MR. AND MRS.
HARRY KERZIN
MIAMI BEACH
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'if
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AGENCY
.till V \\ Ninth St.
Mrs. A Kanner of Sanford spent E MILLER EMPLOYMENT | =(||
New Vork. wheen she spent the Sunilnj in Orlando. E
ummer. E
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Mrs, I. Rosenhaum and daugh-
Hannah and Caroline, are vis-
iting relatives in Chirago. They
will remain there for the High
Huh,lav-.
Orlando 1/odjre No. 1043, B'l ai
B'rith, held its meeting Tuesday
nigh) in the vestry rooms of the
igue Part of the program
i t. listening to the
Baer I oui fig hi o\ er I he radio.
Id fi eshments were served.
Mrs. M. Safer and
Mr. and Mrs. Mosccovit
mville were visitors in Or-
lando.
Mrs. I!. Safer returned from B
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Madam M. H. Rodriguez
1525 V E. Miami Place
"Perfect Maiden Brassieres"
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36 N. YV. First Ave.
MIAMI
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.
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THE PELICAN BAR
HARRY KOTKIN
LOUIS KOTKIN
(.rand Ave. and Douglas Rd.
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MR. AND MRS. FINGER
NEW FENWAY HOTEL
Solarium on the Roof
360 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
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ied from Jacksonville.
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Dora spent Sunday in Orlando. E for a E
E HAPPY NEW YEAR
Mr. and Mr Lester Levy and E
three children of Long island. N. E E
Y.. have mad.- Orlando their per- E E
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M' I 101 First National Hank Hide |
Phone 2-1129
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MADISON APTS.
Washington Ave. at Third St.
FOUNTAIN APTS.
384 Euclid Vve.
MIAMI BEAt H
JOHN' MEYER
Wishing All Our Jewish
Patrons
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
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in im mux
451 W. FLA6LER ST.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
EAT at CIVIC LUNCH
10 \. W. first St.
Near Courthouse
Complete Every Day
DINNER loW
Choice of Meat or Fish,
Soup. Salad, Potatoes, Veg-
etable, Pudding or Ice
1 am, Hot Roll and But-
ter, Coffee, large Ice Tea
or Hiittei milk.
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">:!2 Michigan Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
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t- s. K. First St. Phone 24912
W. T. Grant Co.
9 E. Flagler St.
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Moon Kist
Ice Cream
Extend Best Wishes for a
IIAITY AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
Royal Palm Creamery
I tin "i-1>rali (I I
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Guaranty Title & Abstract Corp.
12S N. E. First Ave. Phone 2-5181
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Mean- of Everyone
j
BEST WISHES FOR \ HAPP1 AND PROSPEROUS
NEW YEAR
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Studio Couches Mattresses Renovated
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L. September 27, 1936
THB JEWISH ELOUDIAK
Page Forty-nine
Tallahassee
chapter of Delta Phi Ep-
fat Tallahassee opened its
I in hearty welcome Thursday
September 12th, with a re-
| in honor of the new Jew-
I at the Florida State
I Women. This recep-
na the formal opening of
ltv rush week. Alumnae en-
Ltically participating in the
I end wore: Pearl Fleet,
, Lillian Shapiro, Ft. Lau-
I i celia and Melvyne Wah-
Tallahassee; Mrs. Blanche
Lniilh. Tallahassee; Mrs. Hilda
|v. Quincy. The reception was
la-inning of the excitement
Liu which culminated in an im-
livr pledging ceremony in the
or room of the sorority house
Hay night) September 16th. The
,f, who come from all parts
tate, are: Idella Baumstein,
[City; Ruth Bernstein, Miami;
iah Biscow, Jacksonville, Mar-
Pishle, Fernandina; Con-
fce Lee, Palm Beach; Muriel
pan, Tampa; Keba Belle Men-
b:. Live Oak; Mildred Rose,
onville; Geraldine Rosenberg,
Ipa; Florence Trushin, Talla-
|ee; Judith Wilensky, Jackson-
he group is expecting to enjoy
fccially and scholastically suc-
tfui year under its capable of-
it. Kuth Keinberg, Lake Wales,
(ember of the Beta Pi Theta,
ich Honorary, Sigma Delta Pi,
ni-h Honorary, and the German
was re-elected regina; Janice
|l. .Miami Beach, is vice-regina.
tary is Elaine Klepper,
Indo. She also is president of
ha Chi Alpha, Journalism H on-
ly, and a member of the Flor-
iFlamueau staff. Ethel Mentze,
Flambeau staff. Ethel Mintzer,
Miami Beach, reporter; Edna
pijir>.'. Quincy, Pan-Hellenic
[(tentative.
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GREETINGS
[ORAL WAY GARDENS j
foral Way at 17th Ave., S. W. ]
.Miami, Florida
Mr. Samuel Cohen of Belle Glade,
Fla., employed at Radcr's Depart-
ment Store, was held up last Sat-
urday night after closing hours by
unknown assailants. He was found
unconscious and was rushed by Mr.
Kader in the early Sunday morn-
ing hours to the Good Samaritan
Hospital in West Palm Beach,
where it was found that he had a
badly fractured skull and is in a
-late of unconsciousness since he
was brought to the hospital.
in New York he will spend the
High Holidays with his parents
there. He will return in about two
weeks.
DELTA PHI KPS1I.ON SORORITY
Officers of the Delta Phi Kpsilon Sorority at the Florida State
(olleue for Women at Tallahassee, Fla., are, reading from left to
richt, Kthel Mint/.er of Miami Reach, treasurer; Elaine Klepper of
Orlando, secretary; top is Ruth Keinberg of Lake Wales, regina; bot-
tom is Janice Rrill of Miami Reach, vice-regina.
Palm Beach IxhIko No. 11-16,
B'nai B'rith, will meet Monday eve-
ning at the home of Mr. Louis
Schuf/.er at 420 Hampton road.
Important business matters will be
di-eussed and committee reports
rendered. All members are urged
to attend.
GREETINGS!
Mr. Louis Davidson left for a
business trip to New York. While
West Palm Beach
Congregation Beth El will hold
Rosh Hashonoh services Friday
evening at 7; Saturday night at 8,
while services on Saturday and
Sunday mornings will begin at 8,
with Rabbi laser W. Muskat in
charge. Rabbi Muskat will preach
during the services.
Another of a series of bridge
tea parties of Sisterhood Beth Is-
rael was held Tuesday afternoon
at the home of Mrs. Max Green-
berg. The party was enjoyed by
all ladies attending. Delicious re-
freshments were served by Mrs.
Greenberg.
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= A HAPPY NEW YEAR =
y
Temple Beth Israel's (Reform)
Rosh Hashonoh services will begin
Friday evening at 8 and Saturday
morning at 10. Dr. Carl N. Her-
man, assisted by the Beth Israel
choir, will conduct the services. Dr.
Herman will also deliver two of
a series of lectures prepared by
him for the occasion. Tickets for
the Beth Israel services may be
secured at Cy's Men's Shop on
Clematis st.
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= *<>
= A HAPPY NEW YEAR =
Mr. Charles Zuckerman of Del-
ray Beach, Fla., who was away to
New York for several weeks on a
business trip, has returned to his
home.
PIERCE HIESE
CORPORATION
gVINCENT M. DOHERTY, Mgr.g
800 Ingraham Bldg.
Phone .l-3ti89
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One reason is that, unlike
many batteries which begin
to lose their power shortly
after they are installed, an
Exide retains all of its su-
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up to practically the very
end of its long life. It's
built that way. Save money
and buy the safest insur-
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ure an Exide, and feel
the satisfaction of know-
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WHEN ITS AN EXIDE
YOU
We Wish You
A PROSPEROUS
and
MANY HAPPY
NEW YEARS
CENTENNIAL
ICE CO.
1156 S. W. First St.
Phone 2-0105
A. B. KELLEY
Commercial Agent
Central of Georgia
Railroad
1100 Lngraham Bldg.
MIAMI
START
Biscayne Oil &
Supply Co.
PHONE 2-5017
.301 N. W. NINTH AVE.
DISTRIBUTORS
THE MIAMI AQUARIUM
N. E. Fifth St., Opposite News Tower
Extends Sincere Wishes to All for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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A HAPPY NEW YEAR
RELIABLE
SUPPLY CO.
I I MBERMILLWORK
BUILDING MATERIALS
REINFORCING STEEL
STEEL SASH
20 N. W. 15th St.
Phone 3-1418
THE HEALTH STORE
Information on
REDUCING FATTY TISSUES'
Van Dyke Health Products 121 Seybold Bldg.
BE8T WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ANDY ARRIGONOLIVER H. HALL
1212 N. Miami Ave.
Miami. Fla.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
MIAMI BOOK BINDING CO.
.1. SILBERSTEIN, Proprietor
43 N. W. Second St- Phone 2-3910
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ALE STATES GARAGE AND BODY WORKS
1231 N. E. First Ave. Phone 2-0117
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ACME GLEANERS AND LAUNDRY, INC.
553 Douglas Road
Evergreen 870
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UNITED SHUTTER AWNING CO.
BOO N. E. 91th St Edgewater 1036
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
WM. J. ADLER, INC.
JEWELER
165 E. Flagler St.
MIAMI

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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Congress Building


Page Fifty
TH JBWI8H FLOBIDUl*
Frida_y- September 2; |
"DO NOT SEPARATE THYSELF"
A New Year Message
I;, KAHHI LEONARD J. ROTHSTEIN
Temple Both El, St. Petersburg, Pit.
The natural impulse for a rabbi
dwell upon the tragic plight
cf our people in many countries
of the world and, more particu-
larly, in Germany; to advert to the
saddening fact that, once again,
Jew? have become "the tribe of
the weary breast and wandering
foot." The spectacle that confronts ina Jews. Some observe the Die-
us should challenge to the fullest '-ary Laws and salve their lewish
the humanitarian instincts of those conscience with that. Others visit
more fortunately placed. We who the House of Prayer in the Holy
can give should give i" the ut- Days or on the occasion of Yahr-
most of our ability to the amelior- seit and feel that they have there-
ation at best, but melancholyof by discharged their Jewish obliga-
our distressed brothers' lot. tion. Hut I insist that the first
Hut another matter needs stress- loyalty of the .leu i- to the con-
ing a matter local ami personal, gregation and that not until he has
"Do not separate thyself from the become part ami parcel of a Tem-
congregation" was tin- injunction pie or Synagog (which constitute
rabbi. No people the finest expression of the genius
should he impressed with the va- of our people) is he worthy of our
of this injunction quite as proud heritage,
forcibly as the Jewish people, for My New Year message to tin1 un-
to no people has religion iof which affiliated i-, therefore, "Ho not
tin- congregation is the organized separate thyself from the congre-
expression) meant as much as to gation."
sponsibilitiea to Him and to man's
higher nature. The symbolic act
of sounding the Shofar, or ram's
| n. Which is performed ill the
, ., iii obedience to the
scriptural precept, is intended to
bring home to the Israelite this as-
pe i of tin1 day's meaning.
It i- a solemn occasion, though
r.ot a mournful one. It is a day
. chastened memories, a day 01
them. Literally, it was their tree
of life. Certainly without it they
would, long ere this, have passed reflecting on man's frailty of char-
from the stage of history. <*er. But beneath this sombre
V,.,. in spit< of these facts, sense of weakness, both physical
which should be compelling, there "' ""':>> Ilu'lv lu'- '" the u":"
are all too many of our people who '1 Iper'a heart the serene certitude
are, religiously speaking, wander- of God's justice and mercy.
Speed, members: of the League
Against War and Fascism, who are
charged with throwing ink on
Guido Colonna, Italian vice-Consul,
during an argument in his office
on September 7th, was thrown into
an uproar when .Mrs. Kohir ac-
cused ('(donna of insulting the Jew-
ish race -Mrs. Kolar alleged that
when .-he called Colonna a Fas-
cist he retorted: "Of course we're
Fascists, but we're not .lews." This
remark caused Magistrate Drcyer
to halt the trial. Colonna was not
Says
Italian Nice-Consul Insulted
Jew s
New York (UN'S) The trial of
Mrs. Julia church Kelar. great-
great-granddaughter of a Revolu-
tionary general, and .Miss Jane
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The Jewish
New Year's Day
\ Statement by Miami Rabbis

SINCERE GREETINGS!
May 5C9fl Bring llappii
and Joy to All Jewry
M. SCHEINBAUM
Jacksonville, Fla.
The Fi asl f R -h Hashanah or
Year's Day, which inaugu-
eason of
I he Ji wish religioua year,
this year on Friday evening,
r 27th, and lasts till sundown
Sunday, Si 29th. Among
n Ji -. only the first day,
Saturday, is observed.
Tl thi SI ofar will i
lay in the
' lox and Con ei
$ RABBI AND MRS. $
$ MORRIS I). MARGOLIS '
/ Ext
the Ja
jg e Jewish Cenl
filiated orgai md /
ill Ji v. r; e wishes S
s \ i in ii VPPl \i:u ^ e \R 1
', RABBI LEONARD J. ',
', ROTHSTEIN
\ Kin II \V\'\ \|;\\ -, |; \|{ J
' /
(negations, because of its being
the Sabbath, when the sounding of
the Shofar is forbidden.
The Jewish New Year became
the day of the blowing of the trum-
pet par excellence reminding the
Israelite that a new period of time
; and that no occasion could
more appropriate for the en-
after a new life for amend-
ment and reconciliation with Cod.
It was the day of memorial when
Israel felt himself held by God in
il remembrance. But if Is-
VOUld have God mindful of
him. he must be mindful of his re- -
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THE MARY LOUISE
COFFEE SHOPPE
Regular Meals Sandwiches
Short Orders
Delicious Home Cooked Foods
s and III North J
LAKE WORTH, FLORIDA
present when the accusa,i0
made, but arrived later and?J]
a denial.
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
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Phone 2-1221
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5 of West Palm Beach, Fl
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All for a
HAPPY NEW YgAi
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of
Congregation Bikur
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Asheville, \. C.
md mem-
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the Jewry of Asheville, X.
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September 27, 1935
THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN
l'ajre Fifty-one
A TIME FOR PRAYER
A New Year Message
By RABBI MORRIS DAVID MARGOLIS
Jacksonville Jewish Center, Jacksonville, Fla.
,. approach the end of the
( nd we gaze upon the
larkening clouds that have
the Jewish horizon
the
m
r e a
Ihout
car. we lift
lo God
| r the
I,|- of our
Jo l igionists
k j and
I in in
1 lands, who
being de-
nt' their
i rights and
hie oppor-
a time
Llize t h e
obligations
|:. upon
Jewry
the
Ifortune to
this land
and democracy. While
provide for the spiritual
eial needs of our local com-
and work for the improve-
mentn of our cultural and religions
institutions, we must not forget
that thousands of our unfortunate
brethren across the sea arc stretch-
7^. innt;- out their
hands to us and
are calling for
help.
As we gather
in our synagogue
to pray to God
thai lie may for-
give our misdeeds
and purify our
hearts, let us also
pray that we may
be imbued with
the courage and
spirit to live up
to the great ob-
ligations that rest
upon us in this
crucial hour.
May God grant
our prayers that
all men form a
single band to do
His Will with a perfect heart.
and to live together in peace.
righteousness and happiness.
Jacksonville News
Rabbi Morris D. Margolis will
chant the Musaf services for Rosh
Hashono at the Jacksonville Jew-
ish Tenter. He will preach at the
services Saturday and Sunday. An
additional service will be held in
the ''enter Auditorium, where tin'
Junior Congregation will hold serv-
ices of its own and members of
the Religious School will officiate.
benefit of the Ladies' Hebrew Shel-
tering Aid Society and Home for
the Aged. A large number of
guests attended and a tidy sum
was realized for the organization.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kodcn-ky
announce the marriage of their
daughter, Rose, to Mr. Joe Gold-
man of Lake Wales on September
8th.
Miss Evelyn Silverman left Tues-
day to make her home in New
York.
THE JACOBSKINI) FAMILY
and (he
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H'i-h for the Jews of Miami and Miami Beach and All Israel
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
Services at the Jewish Temple
will be in charge of Rabbi Israel
I- Kaplan, who will preach at serv-
ices tonight and tomorrow.
The Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering
Home at its last meeting made
plans for a bridge and package
party to be held in the Jewish Cen- '
ter on October 89th. In charge of
this event is Mrs. H. Rosesn/.vaig.
A well attended meeting of the
Jewish Progressive Society was
held last week. A program of ac-
tivities for the coming season was
planned and will be announced
shortly.
A meeting of the executive
board of the Daughters of Israel
was held last week. Plans for Suc-
coth were announced. Reports of
the year book sponsored by the or-
ganization were made. Mrs. M. I >.
Margolis reported thai the Hebrew
school had started and that trans-
portation would be provided for
children living in Riverside.
Presidents of the different Jew-
ish organizations spoke at a re-
cent meeting of the Junior Hadas-
sah. A musical program was pre-
sented as was a comedy skit. Re-
freshments were served. Miss
Mollye Mizrahi presided at the
business portion of the meeting and
Miss Clara Kramer directed the
cultural program for the evening.
SEASON'S C.REETINt IS
, GENERAL TRADING CO.
92ti N. Miami Ave.
I'hone 2-3(120
The Temple Sisterhood will be-
gin its formal season with a meet-
ing and luncheon at the Windsor
Hotel on Tuesday, October 1st, at
noon.
Mrs. II. Rosenvaig was hostess
at a bridge party recently for the
GREETINGS
H. I). BOONE
LIQUIDATOR'S CLERK
Hank Hay Itiscayne
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ARNKTT'S, INC.
|0FFICE SUPPLIES
Seybold Arcade
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DIAMOND T TRUCK CO.
L. L. BENNETT, Mgr.
1368 S. \Y. Eirst St. Miami
GREETINGS
ALICE
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
E. B. TA IT
ACCOUNTANT
209 \. E. 79th St.
MIAMI
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HAPPY NEW YEAR
DAUM'S KOSHER
MARKET
159 N. \\. Fifth St.
MIAMI
I'hone 3-1 130
121 Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
I'hone 5-2044-
At National Kosher Market
"SALON"
Invites All Her Patrons and
Friends to Her New Location j
1760 Biscayne Blvd.
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Products
117.-. W. Flagler St.
WEST FLAGLER
MARKET
1 I N. W. 17th Ave.
QUAKER STORK
.'52<; \. W. Nth Ave.
MAMMOTH FOOD
STORE
1463 S. W. Sth St.
FREDERICK'S MARKET
680 N. W. <>2nd St.
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ROBERT H. COOK, INC.
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We 'lake This Opportunity to Wish Our
Many Eriends
A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
*
Gulf Refining Company
MIAMI

MUNICIPAL BONDS
Ingraham Kldg.
Miami
EAST COAST FISH MARKET
West Flagler Street
AT THE BRIDGE
Extends to All Jewry Best Wishes for a
HAI'I'Y NEW YEAR
THE GLIDDEN PAINT STORE
:{.. West Flagler Street
Extends tti the Jewish People as a Whole Its Best
Wishes for a Most Happy and Prosperous
NEW YEA R


Pagi Pifty-two
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN
1 venir program, will be distributed, dance in January The n
charity worker and communal fig- in charge include. Rose Dubler,
,,. ,n Miami. w unanimously chairman; Ruth Add. and Ev
elected pre......nt of the auxi.iary elyn Mark..^Monthl,.dance, will
; i succeed Mis. lloma.
At Temple Israel New Year
ea will be tonight and tomor-
row. A special choir, consisting of _
Mrs. 11. r. Feibelman, Mrs. Ilirt- -|-|. public is urged to attend,
enstein, Percy Long and R. T. Pol-
well, with Mrs. Hannah Asher as
Monday night, October 7th, the
jcal Senior and Junior Councils
f Jewish Women will hold their
ie held at the eh.hl.ouse the last
["uesday in each month. In charge
of this month's dance are Kuth
Miller, Gladys Greenburg and Bos-
alyn Friedman. Miss Esther Wi-
ner and Elisabeth Rosenkrantsj
were appointed as a membership
nmmittee. Huth Atkins, i:
Plan- for a membership cam- .
organist. Rosh Hashono music _aiKn were outlined at the last Dubler and Ruth Miller wer. ap-
will he featured. meeting of the Young Women's He- pointed a committee to nav. a
The rabbi of Temple Israel. Dr. ,.,.. Association, hed last Thurs- speaker at the clubhouse ever)
Jacob ll. Kaplan, and Mrs. Kaplan. ,1:iy evening at the Y. M. H. A. meeting night.
and the president of the congre- dubrooms. Mr-. S. Shindel, chair-
cation, Mr. Herbert I". Feibelman, ,.,,, wjh |. assisted by Miss I.il-
and Mrs. Feibelman will give a |;.ln pnik, Mrs. Kriet and Miss
eption to the members oi i;uth Davis as a committee to eon-
the congregation at the home of
the- latti r, 628 V E. 27th st., on
Now Year's afternoon, September
28th, between 3 and 7 o'clock.
*
The Miami section of the Na-
tional Council of Jewish Women
; i announce that a Fashion
Show will be given at one
g hotels in February under
th,
[duct the campaign. A class i
physical education will begin at
the next meeting, which the pub-
lic is invited to attend. The next
meeting of the organization will be
held at the clubrooms of the V on
Thursday evening, October 3rd, at
H:J10 o'clock.
South Atlantic A. A. I'. Opposes
American Entry In Olympic-
Judge Stern to Get Place sylvania Supreme Court
Philadelphia (WNS) Judge
H0rac Stern, who has been judge
,,l the court of common pleas
since 1920 and presiding justice of
that curt since 1924, will become
a member of the Pennsylvania Su-
preme Court after the first of the
year a. B result of this week's pri-
mary election. Judge Stern won
the Republican nomination for one
of the two supreme court vacan-
cies by a large plurality. His nom-
ination is equivalent to election,
since it has been ruled that one of
the vacancies must go to each
party. Judge Stern is a former
chairman of the national executive
committee of the American Jewish
Committee and one of the out-
Jj^y^ September i
standing Jewish leaders
sylvania,
Baltimore i WNS) Evidence of
the rising tide of opposition to
American participation in th. B< i
lin Olympics was given by tl
nual convention of the South At-
lantic Amateur Athletic Union
when it unanimously instructed its
Alumni and active member, of delegates to the forthcoming na-
auspice, of the department A ...., [otai University of Miami tjonai \. a. U. convention to vote
,.,lu,ao. with Mrs. Benjamin La- Chapter 0f Phi Epsilon Pi, nation- gt gen<, M Am,.ril,in t,,:un
Vine as chairman. rnity, met last week to dis- ,-
, ,, ,,,....._ to Berlin in 1936. I he resolution,
cuss plans for the coming year.
Coming as a surprise to its ,-i.j,, Edwards, temporary presi- which was introduced by not.-.lew-
men.!-:- was the resignation of dent of the alumni association, an- lsn delegates, is the first of its
Mrs. II. I. lloma as preside: lUnced t,H. opening of the new kim, to bt. Bdopted by an A. A. U.
lies Auxiliary of the Jew- ,. A ... ... idence 3914 LeJeune
SINCERE WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ROSE WEISS 0
335 1 7th St. 0
MIAMI BEACH v
Phone 5-9868 U
Prof. Julius I**,, ^
world's most eminent .<*
gists and formerly on tl|
of the University 0f Gj^
Giessen, Germany, will 3
faculty of the Hebrew rT
lege at the beginning oftk,.
semester in February, m
GREETINGS
MIAMI BEACH
ABSTRACT & TIT1
COMPANY, IN(
COMI'I.KTK ABSTRACT.,
TITLE INSURANl
THE ONLY AHSTR.(
PLANT IN
MIAMI BEACH
First National Bank Rmi
MIAMI BEACH
Welfare Bu a I week. The
was cepti I >cith re-
\ iti n < xtending the
thank- of the irganization for the
ndered by Mrs.
...:.- .: ai imously adopted,
p the hope that Mrs.
road. Coral Gables. A committee
composed of Irving Goldman, Har-
old Parkas and Samuel Wi
,vas appointed to consult with ac-
tive members on fraternity prob-
lems during the year. Present at
the meeting were William Parr,
mtinue jj, \\ ,;,.. Edwards, Henrj
' '' s.hwartz. A. J. Kaplan, Irvihg
devote the Lippman, Bertram Raff, Ha
h Fleischaker.
Mr Ida Opl I known
tinment The junior division of the
Bla .Men'- Hebrew Associat
B This will be th<

I en- 0
. I. Sou-
startinj ( 1 annual
BEST WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
LYON ELECTRIC CO.
221 Seventh St.
Phone 5-2444
MIAMI BEACH


BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW ^ EAR
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A HAPPi NEW :
BEST WISHES
f 1
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
0
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( ITY CO! SCILMAN
Miami Beach
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BEST WISHES
for a
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
L. I.. POWELL & SONS
REAL ESTATE
1659 Michigan Ave.
Miami Heaeh
SNEDIGAR & I
CO., Inc. ;
REAL ESTATE
l!ll(l Collins Ave.
.MIAMI BEACH m
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEA!
SEGAL TAXI &
SIGHTSEEING
SERVICE CO.. to
TAXI and BAGGkGl
SERVICE
100 Ocean Drive
Miami Beach, PW*
SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH
BANKIER BROS., INC
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS
:I2! W. I7ih St.
Miami H*ac
BEST WISHES
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DREXEL PLAZA
APARTMENTS
[ MRS. G. S. DETERMAN, Mjrr.
1218 Drexel Axe.
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
--
JOHNSON-BORDER
REALTY CO.
S27 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY SEW YEAl
BRILL ELECTRIC, INC.
ABRAM BRILL WILTON W. HRl
Pres. Vice-Pw*
727 Fifth St. Miami Be*
MRS. L SHOPIRO
And Family
' the
Mare Vista Apts.
2112 Ocean Drive
.Miami Beach
1: w
A HAPPY AND
I'ROSPEROUS NEW EAR
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NKW YEAR
ATLAS FISH CO.
1331 Washington Axe. Miami Beach
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DULANEY'S, INC.
mill 107 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY MAX YEAH
BISCAYNE TENT AND AWNING CO., INC
FA< lum VND M \IN OFFICE: 245 S. XV. 6th St.. Miami
111 \ II STORE: 111 Hal St., M.ami Beach
: WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
ARNOLD ARMS APIS.
112:. Collins Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
MR. AND MRS. I. ABRAMS
and the
"HOUSE OF ABRAMS'
3C2 Euclid Axe.. .Miami Beach
EXTEND TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A 1IAITYAM>
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR


tember 27. 1935
THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN

Page Fifty-three
Caliente," First National's
a, offering, with Dolores Del
Bnil Pat O'Brien in the stellar
starts Sunday at the Tivoli
inv. It contains three big
and dance numbers entitled
." "Lady in Red" and
thacha."
it O'Brien portrays an ultra
\ I magazine editor who
hlliant but inebriated a larjre
cif the time. He gets mixed
jith ;i chiseling blonde, so his
I, v, i kidnaps him and takes
|to Caliente to try to sober him
Glorious Shirley Temple is here
again in her new Fox Film pic-
ture, "Our Little Girl," which
starts its engagement Sunday at
the Seventh Avenue Theatre. It
is railed her greatest!
This is said to be Shirley's most
touching picture, sin- plunges into
an emotional adventure that sings
in the heart as she bravely meets
a bewildering crisis while those
who are nearest and dearest to her
grope in the shadows of misunder-
standing.
Shirley's brave smile revives a
waning love, when she pleads for
her mother to return, and runs
away Hum home to reunite her
parents.
A fitting cast has been assem-
bled around the screen sensation.
Rosemary Anus plays the mother
and Joel McCrea the father. Others
are Lyle Talbot as "the other
man." Erin O'Brien-Moore, .lack
Donohue, Poodles Hanneford, Gus
Van, Margaret Armstrong, Rita
Owin, Leonard Carey, .1. Fan-ell
Macdonald and Jack Baxlcy.
If we can show by kindly actions
meek,
The way to find treasures which
they seek;
If we can show that love, when
rightly viewed,
Is Heavenwe have fed a multi-
tude.
If we can fit some heavy heart
with wings
Of hope, and faithfully in little
things
Can calmly smile and see beyond
the woe
That -eems to be, and serve ami | Then we have lived with God
give and grow;
through everything.

BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR
BALL & CHAIN
BAR AND PACKAGE HOUSE
WINKS AND LIQUORS
1513 S. W. 8th St.
(Opposite Tower Theatre)
Phone 2-9198

IF WE CAN?
If we can fill our place, calm and
serene,
And go thru life with loving, kind-
ly mien;
If we can live to -how some other
soul
The way to peace, the universal
goal;
Then tho our days be shorn of
worldly gain,
We shall not frl that we have lived
in vain.
If we can make some traveler's
burden light,
And help to make the dark days
seem more bright.
i meets Miss Del Rio, in
| a famous dancer, and
>th herself and her danc-
ing that he had once
I cious review about the
i Farrell, who plays the
blonde menace, will
Igivi Pal up. until she discov-
Ithat hi- employer, played by
rett Horton, has more
ey. Leo Carillo is the rascal-
Imlc of Miss Del Rio, who tries
br<>fit by the entire transaction.
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Mr. and Mrs.
Julius Damenstein
and Daughter
Wish for All Their
Friends
A HAPPY AMI
PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR
GEORGE LANGER
And Associates of
The Sungas Co.
1100 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-8811
yj
Extend to All Their
Jewish Friends and
Patrons
Sincere Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
SINCERE WISIIKS
To All Our Jewish Friends for a
HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEM YEAR
GRAHAM'S DAIRY
PEACH
Phone 5-2064
CITY
Phone 2-1247
FARM
Canal 255-J
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BEST WISHES
To All Our Jewish
Friends for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
P and A
GARAGE
Miami's Only Complete
Garage
53 N. E. sth St.
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BEST WISIIKS 51
for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR =
30M
LOCIS PALLOTT
and the
NORTON
TIKE CO., INC.
Wish Their Many
Friends and Patrons
A Happy New Year
NORTON TIRE CO., INC.
500 W. Flagler St.
Phone 2-2194
ONE-STOP SERVICE STATION
A IIA IT V NEW YEAR
R B. CHASTAIN
CONSTABLE
TIKES
BATTERIES
ACCESSORIES
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TUTTLE GARAGE
33 S. E. Fourth St.
MIAMI =
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= I HENRY L. OPPENBORN 1
Justice of the Peace
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BEST WISIIKS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GREEN MOTOR CO., INC.
We Boy and Sell Used Cars
lX7ti-7S S. W. Eij-hth St-
M I A M I
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Rest Wishes for
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons u
ALEXANDER ORR, JR., Inc. jj
PLUMBING AND HEATING
Miami and Miami Peach

The shadow of a new year is eclipsing the old year- The season of remem-
brance is at hand. On the occasion of the happy festival now being
celebrated, I wish to take this opportunity of extending the Season's
Greetings and Rest Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year.
J. M. LEE,
Comptroller of the State of Florida
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Page Fifty-four
THE JEWISH FLOBIDUN_______________
OHEV SHOLOM SYNAGOGUE, ORLANDO, FLORIDA
**
Interior ami exterior views of Orlando's beautiful synaRcgue. Rev. B. Safer is its spiritual head and Mr. B. .1. Cohen is president of the eonuresaii
MV BROTHER!
A II Vm SEW YEAR
M. Bin I) KAY. M. I).
Disease* ol Infancj and
Childhood
IM.Ii Ml \M l!l It.,.
DR. NANCY MEEK II \l\
IISTI OPATHII MEDI< ISE IND
Bl'RGI R1
108 \ enetian Bldff.
I'h.in i-r.'M
r W [SHE?
f r
w\-\ NEW year
DR. 15. E. GATLIN
DEN I I- I
3033 (.rand Ave.
i n ONI T .Hi'\ i:
IKS
\ >!A!M"i NEW YEAR
OR. HOR vi i: I I \,;i EE
NTIST
Huntington Bldg.
SE VSO.VS GREETINGS
DR. IRWIN W. SILVERN
12 S. E. First We.
. ,, ETHICS OF THE FATHERS
It matters not, my rellowman,
From what Bource your life-blood If three have eaten at a table
,..in and conversed on sacred things,
It,- your creed or race what it may, they have, as it were, eaten at the
Still to you I fondly say: table of the Most High.
My Brother!
The same good God hath made u
all,
we may all Him call,
h to each we loyal be,
K ii h in each always to see:
My Brother!
4^~
BEST \s ISHES
for I
ii u-n new ^ i. \i;
\ \V mid we < rod's favors

DR. R. I.. WORKMAN
107 Olympia Bldg.
4____^=^_^--?
A VERY 11 AIM'Y NEW
DRS. E. I and M. H.
RASMISSEN
132 Minorca Ate.
( OR VI. (.Alii 1 -
J
BEST WISHES

A HAPPY NEW YEAR
GOLDFISH AQUARIUM
The Store of Quality
Never I ndersold
1523 \. W. 27th Ave.
Phone 2-K893
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1 TIKOSAVU"
11 IV
I Out F
THE
ORLANDO
CITIZEN
= FRANK T. HASTINGS =
\ 11 AIM'Y XKU TO ALL YEAR

DR. JOHN K. Huntington HALL Bldg.
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E BEST WISHES E '
E A HAPPY NEW YEAR
E A HAPPY NEW YEAR '
E DR. R. A. CRANDALL |l
Congress Bldg.
DR. \Y. H. ELLIS
Ingraham Bldg.
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= SINCERE WISHES = '
| A HAPPY NEW YEAR f
|DR. WILLIAM J. BARGES
Ingraham Bldg.
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. R. S. AKERS
1711 N. W. 36th St.
MIAMI
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BEST WISHES
for
A IIAIM'Y NEW YEAR
*
DR. PAUL K. JENKINS
441 Washington Ave.
MIAMI BEACH
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E SINCERE WISHES E
= A HAPPY NEW YEAR =
furthi 5
gain
g, like His rain,
n every human face = SANITARl
Witl always trace: = RESTAURANT
M\ Brother! E =
118 S. Orange Ave. e
. G I, as W( now pray, E ORLANDO. FLA.
,y learn each new day IIIIIIIIIIII..........III!.......Mill.....MliT
ill humanl
With this link I bind:
M> I_________ MR. AND MRS.
B.J.COHEN
And Family
II Orland
E o Extend Best Wish,-- for a
Happy and Prosperous New
i ar to their relatives and
nds, and to Jewrj at
large.
CHARLIE MORGAN
SWAN'S
A HAPPY NEW YEAR
DR. E. I). SNELL
Huntington Bide
MUM.........iiliitiiitM.iiuiKirj
BEST WISHES
DR. H. R. BOTHWELL
D. D. S.
Olympia Bldg.
The Jewish Citizens and
Residents of Orlando
Extend to All
BEST WISHES
for a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
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N
BEST WISHES
DR. MARTHA M. COX
Osteopathic Physician
205 N. E. 26th Terrace
A royal welcome is promised delegate- and
guesta at the Third Annual Conference of
Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Lay-
men of Florida, to be held in Orlando.


|y September 27, 1935
THE JEWISH FI.OKI1MAN
Abraham Lustunrten moved
,l Olympia buildinf? to 1527
[hincton avc., Miami Beach.
*
beta Chi Omega sorority is the
Lmgi Bocial group on the Uni-
Ly ,,i" Miami campus. It was |
Lniziil in 1984 and is the only
Esh sorority at the university.
L Epsilon Phi, national soror-
fij the sponsor of Theta Chi
L:,. Sorority rooms this year
Ji the Hugo apartments, re-
j leased by the university for
Irities, musical studios and cer-
i faculty members. Officers of ;
jiorority arc: Audrey Rothen-
president; Sylvia Lipton,
[.president; Ceeile Alexander,
btary; F.velyn Korn, treasurer.
loneisea of the sorority are:
Claire Cohen Weintraub, Mrs.
Kaplan, Mrs. G. F. Newber-
land Mrs, Jule Friedman.

Martha Neham, daughter
[jlr. and Mrs. M. Neham of
|mi Beach, was awarded a
tlarship to the University of
ami this week.
*
|r. I. Silver left to spend sev-
weeks in New York, where he
I visit friends and relatives. He
ixpected to return some time
week.
*
Uiul Abenson, 50, real estate op-
cir and retired merchant, of
\ S. W. Third st., died at his I
Sunday after a long illness.
Ihinl been a resident of this area !
[the. past -"> years, coming here
\i\ Daytona Beach. He was born
tusstia.
1 \ nson was a charter mem-
of Beth David Synagogue and
hember of the B'nai B'rith and
ph Wo idmen of the World. He
anj yean owner and
hager of a general merchandise
Page Fifty-five
ffi^eJI S;i';^*flJ
THETA (III OMEGA SORORITY
Above are the officers of the Theta (hi Omega Sorority at the
University of Miami in (oral Cables. Reading from left to right are
Sylvia l.ipton of Miami, vice-president, and Audrey Kothenberg of
Savannah. Ca president.
Store at X. W. Fifth st. and Sec-
ond ave. He leaves the widow,
Mrs. Lena Abenson; a son. Samuel,
and a daughter, .Gladys. ;iill of
Miami.
Services were conducted by Rab-
in Mai Shapiro on Monday. Burial
was in Woodlawn Park cemetery.
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Mr. and Mrs. Jose II. Kates,
whose wedding took place Sunday
in Beth David Synagogue, left for
Havana, where they will reside.
The bride, formerly Miss Mildred
Greenberg, is a daughter of Mr.
and Mrs. Charles Greenberg. Mr.
Kate- is a son of Mr. and Mrs.
Adolph II. Kates of Havana and is
associated with his father in busi-
ness in that city. Rabbi .Max Sha-
I>'.....fficiated at the ceremony,
which was attended by a large
group of relatives and friends.
After the ceremony there was a
dinner at the bride's home.
The bride was given in marriage
by her father. Miss Betty Green-
berg, her Bister, was maid of honor.
William Herman of Havana was
best man.
Mrs. Hannah Asher played nup-
tial music and Mrs. Herbert U. Fei-
"One Golden Day." Walter Gross-
man played "One Golden Day" as
a cello solo.
Mrs. Kates has been active in
musical circles since receiving her
degree in music from the Miami
Conservatory of Music, where she
studied with Mrs. Asher.
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Abe Berkowitz, the son of Mr.
and .Mrs. Philip Berkowitz of this
city left Sunday to enter the Uni-
versity of Florida at Gainesville.

The Young Men's Hebrew Asso-:
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the Pier Ballroom, Miami Beach,
Sunday evening. September 29th,
for which special entertainment is
being provided. The public is in-
vited to attend.
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Chapter, O. E. S., will be held
Wednesday evening, October 2nd,
at H o'clock, at the home of Mrs.
Max Kupferstein, 1817 W. Flagler
st. All members are urged to at-
tend.
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THE JEWISH FLORIMAN
Friday, Septemb
ier 27,
SOCIETY
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r 3rd, at th. S tl
l; T at T p. m.
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attended by a large
lestc Prixes were w >n
. v. S. Mintter, .1. Silver.
-: in, I! I .., hant and J. Simon.
Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spiegel- months visiting friends ai
tives in Atlantic City
York.
Victoria Hospital last Sunday.
Mother and baby are resting nicely. Pearl Sapero, daughter 0(
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Way, September 27, 1935 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Jews in Contemporary Literature Review of Jewish Contributions to American I etters During 5695 Page Nine By HENRY MONTOR IWhat ten books that were writ„ oj Jews and that were pulil,,,,! in America during the 1984. hook season will outlast the ,gjtory life of the circulating ,ai\ There are occasions when re niitfht be sharp differences opinion; but this year there is, lh two or three exceptions, a %  a n breach between permanent ditions to our body of literature i those hooks which fail, either theme or execution, to embody ptlng ipialities. This reviewer's choices are as |low: In lirlion: The Forty Days of Musa Daj;h. : Franz Werfel. The Foundry, by Albert Halper Land of Promise, by Leo I.atiia. (all It Sleep, by Henry Roth. Kerkhoven's Third Existence, by kob Wassermann. In Non-FictionJ The State in Theory and I'racv. by Harold J. Laski. Erasmus of Rotterdam, by Sten Zweig. Autobiography of Michel de ontaiKne, Edited by Marvin Lowthai. by Kdmond Fletr. .lev.iii Palestine, by Abraham ivusky. III tin field of fiction there is a urh richer fare this year than ere was last year. Preferences these matters are, of course, bjective. Last year the choices "Three Cities"' by Sholom sch; "Tbc Oppermanns" by I.ion puchtwunRer; "Last Pioneers" by •Ivin I'. Levy; "One Happy Jew" Nic I Ferber; and "Long Re%  iiibci" by Mackinlay Kantor. ll-fiction the choices last i wen "How odd "I' God" by I B A ne; "Judaism as a Civifeation" by Pablo Mordecai M. apian; "History of Palestine" by i"li ill Haas; "I Was a German" &• Kin-' Toller; and "The Quest ity" by Dr. I. M. Rubinow. I 'itinn of what this writer jrard.i athe "ten foremost" w>k.< i •' an arbitrary publishing lason illuminates a topic that mis its.•If t,, special treatment at j lis t in'' in view of the situation any, where for more than us the Nazis have been the alleged and actual Dlinance of Jews in important literature, he ten books mentioned above only two are hy native American writers. These are Albert Halper and Henry Roth. Marvin Lowenthal is, of curse, an American, but in view of the eclectic character of the book for which he is responsible, he is eliminated from the tabulation. Year after year this same proportion prevails, revealing either the incompetence or the indifferent quality of the average American Jewish writer. During the past year there, were books by Waldo Frank ami Edward Dahlberg, although the novel by the latter deserves only the most glancing consideration. There is a magnificent stylist like Robert Nathan and a developing novelist like Benjamin Appel. The name of Ludwig Lewisohn too may be included even though he is nut a native. Hut when one has mentioned these names one has virually exhausted the list of thoswho may be considered anywhere near the vanguard of native American literature. With but the exceptions noted above, the Jew as a writer has done little to enrich the literary creativity of America. He has been engaged in writing popularly successful novels, such as those of BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR STANLEY'S JEWELERS 210 Fifth St. Miami Reach. Florida ^~>o< >r> < > n< >P^r A HAPPY NEW YF.AR TH Our Jewish Friends and Patrons LUBER'S LONDON ARMS HOTEL 727 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH :=>o< DOC DOC 30< SINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR o Our Jewish Friends BERRY & SON, Inc. %  I N'ERAL CONTRACTORS JOHN L. BERRY. Pros. 1327 Twentieth St. MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR KAY MILLER Tax Assessor MIAMI BEACH Edna Ferber and Fannie Hurst. There is the acidy talent of Test Slesinger, the sprawling volubility of Michael Gold. Whether it be the literature of the beaten path, of which Thomas Wolfe is the current best representative, or the literature of a new outlook upon life, as mirrored in Robert Cantwell or John Dos Passos—the Jew takes secondary rank. It cannot be said under any circumstances that any anti-Semitic influence has been at work in American literature. It is merely that the so-called genius for writing has run pretty thin in American Jews. This may be due to two factors, both springing from the same sour.-e. The American writer of Jewish origin has, as a rule, been careful to avoid the scene with which he is most familiar and to whose recreation he can contribute must. He has gone looking for traditions and environments and characteristics to whose spirit he is alien except ill the cold, scientific analytical approach. As a Jew. Ludwig Lewisohn is undoubtedly the greatest representative of his i ace in American literature. His failure to reach the supreme height to which his unrivaled human compassion and exquiBite prose should bring him is due to the fact that in dealing with the Jewish scene he has failed to co-relate it to the new world conditions. Ludwig Lewisohn has assumed that Jews live in a vacuum, that their maladies are indigenous and their probr. lDO< A HAPPY NEW YF.AR o o MRS. M. E. WILLIAMS [ o Ocean Drive Apts. ")0 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH Williams Apts. 151 N. K. 5th St. MIAMI a I! lems can be solved in isolation. (Continued on Page 17) BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR To My Jewish Friends • •• J. J. 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Page Thirty-four TM1 JIWVl rLORIDUN ****** suvr tr %  Mr tr, u N llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Announcements 411:11 %  11111 %  i %  1111111 %  i %  %  11 f %  11 %  i %  111111111111 MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION (Orthodox) JULIUS WASHER, Rabbi BORIS SCHLACHMAN, Cantor CONGREGATION BETH JACOB (Orthodox) Sll Washington Ave.. Miami B*ach DAVID I ROSENBLOOM, Rabbi % %  URICE % %  tMCHES, Canl %  ..: 6 :-•• %  Mau Man will %  Rev. S ha %  Sha MrvSatu rill hai %  %  %  '.%  nt d I ':' %  H [. K %  %  m will ••. %  %  engi :. %  each oi M< i ( th %  %  %  %  •. i: %  H u %  a ill with servicei at I : y ('ar.•. r B % %  : %  :* ." %  ma:. %  (8 Sati: fin at 8 '•' Louis J int I '•'.%  • tr issist< • • ..... Ra Rei f the Past rhe day. 5 the ra: b i wil preach n "A Daj f S i An inn n • partieipatioi : %  ghi New teai even ng • R >h Hi at 8:1{ lr. Jacob ti -. i h on "This rning, September 28, "That," %  -• beginning at 10 1 I • • serai -( i I he Holy { ; %  • Hasl ; services begin at ; : .. %  .,.;; constitute a course of %  n with a brief talk j philosophy, religion Ra %  '. • '.'. wed I experiences of tse rabbi -. chanted by I members are urg< i I at%  v. '• bel and thi Sattend urday morning Shachris will b* I bar's London Arms Hotel, with the preaching in English on Past f .. D ing thi i will prea •. fa Sew Vear, with ....... %  x the rabbi •Ver Shn md Vet • %  %  ng the II begin at da) • at 11 will • \ \. L fe." A. I. int the Sha Cantor Louis HayMaariv and lays. serving God according to their conscience, and serving their country with devotion in the service of God."—Archbishop Michael J. Curley. Flowing thought above ] board, Will, departing, go not hungry From Thy presence, Mighty Uti FROM THE ETHICS OF THE FATHERS III-4 I have eaten at Thy table, I have broken of Thy bread, Oh. have tasted food full-flavored As ime Holy word was said. Who has lingered deep on wisdom's I EMPLE ISRAEL OF MIAMI ':. t 187 N. E. Nineteenth St. B H. KADI. AN. R irs was establis are willing I ts laws and s. Il : ... ar re. Let 1 (entile : .I lm """""""iiiiiiiiiiiii,„ ltl GREETINGS and BEST WISHES BEACH SHOE REPAIR SHOP 518 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH """ i ,... I (Conservative > MAX SHAPIRO, :. NATHAN RADIO SYNAGOG S. M. MACHTEI. Rabb: LOUIS HAYMAN. Cantor tha ted by Dr. Louis Weinkle, be%  o'clock. The rabbi •A:'.; apeak on "Have we forgotten G d-Standard?" Musaf will be chanted by the cantor and Services foi R ih Hashono beSunday n; ng rvi ••gin tonight at 6 o'clock at the Luhear ar. address by the rabbi — ^— ——___^_____ n "The Hill of Vision. Let Us n Together." Special chilIren'i • %  will be held in the Talmud Torah Hall both days of h mo. Junior Rabbi Per*--z S f will preach on • Problem" the first A S lution to the I second day. Junior Irving Gini irg wi ices, whi -. ill last from lay, r SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR ALLEN M. MARTIN REAL ESTATE 1125 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH I'hune %  "• -1 72MY BEST WISHES for a A HA I'D V NEW VKAR I J. HARVEY ROBILLARD City Attorney .Miami Beach BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR KINSMAN'S, INC. LANDSCAPE ARCHITECTS Isle of Normandy Phone 5-3268 SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR iBannnnrjie] BROADWAY DELICATESSEN 1425 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH SINCERE WISHES f : a v HAPPY NEW ': BLUE HAT SHOP £39 Lincoln Road Ml \MI BEA( II SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR MADRID HOTEL 427 Collins Ave. Miami Beach BEST WISHES for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI BEACH PHARMACY, Inc. "Service With a Smile" OPEN NIGHT AND DAY With a Fine Line of Liquors and Wines ALEX DE BROAG W. B. STOKES Proprietors Washington Ave. at Fifth St. MIAMI BEACH BE.-T WISHES for A HA W YEAR SHORE PARK HOTEL Mrs. Chas. Van Antwerp 820 Ocean Drive MIAMI BEACH XX**XX**X\XX>%\XX\%\VNXV / < BEST WISHES < for / 5 A HAPPY NEW YEAR > 1 I ', ', / / ROBERT D. CLOW REAL ESTATE 1000 Lincoln Road MIAMI BEACH V%%X\XXNX%NV\XXV\\%Wt £l?c City of ittiami fecit livER MINDFUL OF THE INVALUABLE CONTRIBUTION TO THE GROWTH OF THIS COMMUNITY THAT HAS BEEN PROVIDED BY ITS JEWISH CITIZENS AND RESIDENTS, TAKES PLEASURE IN EXTENDING TO ALL JEWRY SINCERE WISHES FOR



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k y s. -ptember 27, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Eleven iAI B'RITH SENDS A MESSAGE lly EDWARD E. GRUSU T k,. past year has been one o! Hillel Foundation Commission, with [ih and expanded service on Dr. Lee J. Levinger as director. tart of B'nai B'rith. Last OcA tenth Hillel Foundation was \ tred M. Cohen, president established at Pennsylvania State ler, celebrated his 75th College, and the scope and actividaj anniversary. In honor of itiei of the other nine were inevent the order launched a creased and strengthened, tawide membership campaign Nearly 8,000 Jewish students are BtiiiR i" more than 13,000 new now being served by the ten Hillel Ibers. Foundations; from the ranks of Ls. I believe, was the result of their graduates have already come, {cognition on the part of the even in the short twelve years of l s h population that B'nai B'rith their existence, many of the youngIs an opportunity to serve sore! er Jewish community leaders and I ed Israel. active followers, fnai B'rith's only unwavering The A. L. A.. B'nai B'rith's junly from its beginning, in 1843, ior order's, growth the past year t„ unite all Israelites in the has been rapid, and at its latest %  jce of Jewry and humanity, convention it lowered the age limit (v. with world conditions what from 16 to 16 so as to include are, that service is needed in thousands of Jewish boys not premier measure than ever before, viously eligible. It has some litKI J-J |jk e a [iiiii B'rith's historic 14th Quinchapters in the United States and Lial Convention was held in Canada. Ihington, D. C, early in May of B'nai B'rith's Anti-Defamatioi t I year. There it was decided to League has done sterling work in / lish permanent headquarters protecting the good name of the £ nation's capital within the Jew on Stage and screen, in books £ three years; the name of the and the press, on the pulpit and / ktitution Grand Lodge was radio. It has fought and is still J I.. i Supreme Lodge; wornfighting incipient Fascist move£ auxiliar.es and districts were merits and leaders in this country. / L recognized and encourThe above does not include the / th< order's special activities, work of local Indues in this counJ \ /.. A.. Anti-Defamatin try. Philanthropy, good will work. £ ii', Hillel Foundations, Mayo scholarships to needy students, emij ployment bureaus, Jewish education, social service and civic co-operation are among the activities of local lodges. Editor's Note—It were high time that Florida lodges would emulate the splendid example set by the Supreme Lodge. Mere growth in membership does not solve or in the least alleviate Israel's problems. Only those should lead who by their courageous example cause others to emulate them. Florida lodges need revitalization the breathing into them of the spirit of the Maccabees May the coming year be one of action and accomplishment for Florida B'nai B'rith, so that they. too. maypoint to as successful an era of accomplishment as the Supreme Lodge. And greet me with a rousing cheer. I'd like to climb to topmost heights. where mediocrity is barred; But that means working late at nights. And that's too hard. I'd like to write a clever book. I've started once or twice to do it: When 1 should work, mv ease I took, \nd so I've never struggled through it. I've had ideas in my head. And could succeed without a IT) LIKE TO. I'd like to have my share of fame. I'd like to be a leader here. men to know my name. %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  %  Wj %  SINCERE WISHES %  r for I A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  %  COCONUT GROVE BAKERY %  %  :5(I2 Grand Ave. %  Bayview 302 doubt; But I've done nothing, aI've said, It iso hard to work them out. I'm certain I could stand success. And I would get it if men knew me; I wonder why they never guess My worth and hand their prizeto me? I want to hold an honored place. I'm very sick of merely clerking; MOKI any station I will grace. If I can get it without working. / SINCERE WISHES I for HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST W1SHKS for A HAPPY NEW YEAR r %  %  %  %  ', RUSSELL A. RASCO JACK MOORE Security Hldj(. \ %\XX\\XX\XX\XXXXXXXXX> o< Service Bureau, were |i continue and expand :e. It was recommendthai B'nai B'rith attempt to lie of the Joint Counii ; •., continue in greater i good wiil work of B'rith with religious groups; ist Discrimination Committees mended for each imI in the country to deal the problem of Anti-Semitin employment and industry; as decided to establish an Anti; League for Canada. |nothei achievement of the year stablishment of a reau by the B'nai B'rith ^WXWXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX^ SINCERE WISHES / i All Our Friends and / Customers for HAPPY NEW YEAR %  %  a % % % % %  & ; %  SINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR HAYES GARAGE "Experl Packard Service" 1642 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-6297 !L I APEX AWNING & CANVAS CO. MR. PECK 1765 N. W. 4th St. MIAMI. FLA. vxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR JAMES R. 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Page Fifty-four THE JEWISH FLOBIDUN OHEV SHOLOM SYNAGOGUE, ORLANDO, FLORIDA **— Interior ami exterior views of Orlando's beautiful synaRcgue. Rev. B. Safer is its spiritual head and Mr. B. .1. Cohe n is pr esident of the eonuresaii MV BROTHER! A II Vm SEW YEAR M. Bin I) KAY. M. I). Disease* ol Infancj and Childhood IM.Ii Ml \M l!l It.,. DR. NANCY MEEK II \l\ IISTI OPATHII MEDI< ISE IND Bl'RGI R1 108 \ enetian Bldff. I'h.in i-r.'M r W [SHE? f r w\-\ NEW YEAR DR. 15. E. GATLIN DEN I II 3033 (.rand Ave. i N ONI T .Hi'\ i: IKS \ >!A!M"i NEW YEAR OR. HOR vi i: I I \,;i EE NTIST Huntington Bldg. SE VSO.VS GREETINGS DR. IRWIN W. SILVERN 12 S. E. First We. ,, ETHICS OF THE FATHERS It matters not, my rellowman, From what Bource your life-blood If three have eaten at a table ,.. in and conversed on sacred things, It,your creed or race what it may, they have, as it were, eaten at the Still to you I fondly say: table of the Most High. My Brother! The same good God hath made u all, we may all Him call, h to each we loyal be, K ii h in each always to see: My Brother! 4^~ BEST \s ISHES for I ii u-n NEW ^ i. \i; \ \V mid we < rod's favors %  DR. R. I.. WORKMAN 107 Olympia Bldg. 4 ^=^_^--? A VERY 11 AIM'Y NEW DRS. E. I and M. H. RASMISSEN 132 Minorca Ate. ( OR VI. (.Alii 1 J BEST WISHES %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR GOLDFISH AQUARIUM The Store of Quality Never I ndersold 1523 \. W. 27th Ave. Phone 2-K893 uiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii E "L'SHONO TOV \ 1 TIKOSAVU" 11 • IV I Out F THE ORLANDO CITIZEN = FRANK T. HASTINGS = \ 11 AIM'Y XKU TO ALL YEAR DR. JOHN K. Huntington HALL Bldg. SJIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll E BEST WISHES E E A HAPPY NEW YEAR E A HAPPY NEW YEAR §' E DR. R. A. CRANDALL |l Congress Bldg. DR. \Y. H. ELLIS Ingraham Bldg. ~~ — 11 -1 (111II 111 %  Illilniiillliaai, / -iiiiiiiiiiiinii iiiini iimimiir i'lllllllll Mlllllllllllllllli 111111= SINCERE WISHES = | A HAPPY NEW YEAR f |DR. WILLIAM J. BARGES Ingraham Bldg. A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. R. S. AKERS 1711 N. W. 36th St. MIAMI -,IIIIII 11 IIIIIIIIIIII mini r= BEST WISHES for A IIAIM'Y NEW YEAR DR. PAUL K. JENKINS 441 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH IJIIIIIIilllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIJ E SINCERE WISHES E = A HAPPY NEW YEAR = furthi '• 5 gain %  g, like His rain, n every human face = SANITARl Witl always trace: = RESTAURANT M\ Brother! E = 118 S. Orange Ave. E G I, as W( now pray, E ORLANDO. FLA. ,y learn each new day IIII IIIIIIII III! Mill MliT ill humanl With this link I bind: M > I MR. AND MRS. B.J.COHEN And Family •II Orland E o Extend Best Wish,-for a Happy and Prosperous New i %  ar to their relatives and nds, and to Jewrj at large. CHARLIE MORGAN SWAN'S A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. E. I). SNELL Huntington Bide % %  MUM iiliitiiitM.iiuiKirj BEST WISHES DR. H. R. BOTHWELL D. D. S. Olympia Bldg. The Jewish Citizens and Residents of Orlando Extend to All BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR IIHIIIIIIIIII %  N BEST WISHES DR. MARTHA M. COX Osteopathic Physician 205 N. E. 26th Terrace A royal welcome is promised delegateand guesta at the Third Annual Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen of Florida, to be held in Orlando.



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THE JEWISH FL"RK September 2? '• 193j 5696 1935-6 At the dawn of another year, may we express to our many friends the sincere trust that the future will bring to them a realization of those hopes that make life brighter more complete and more worth while. • It is our privilege to say L'SHONO TOVA TIKOSAVU • A HAPPY NEW YEAR £OMPAHl



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ridy, September 27, 19S5 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Thirty-seven IESTROY TH E SHYLO CK LEGEND! ,ihcralism and Tolerance in Public and Personal Affairs Is Needed By HAROLD HOFFMAN Governor of the State of New Jersey The author of this article was hist week awarded the American Good Will Plaque I„r 5695 by majority vote of the editors of the AmericanJewish publications affiliated with the Seven Arts-Worldwide Syndicate. In this modern day, a day in khich civilization and progress are 1 .1 in elevate us from the of primitive provincialism, I horrent to gaze across the Atlantic and Bee the evidences of Intolerance gripping countries culture lias been profound. ,,f this kind, conceived in Ignorance and bigotry, is entirely Lt of line with the inherent Aniernit of fair play. In this mighty nation, founded cedom and reared to greatness through the gifts in brains, MI and in blood of all the keoples of the world, no prejudice unworthy of America than one based upon race and religion. Iftudy the making of America and |jou will find that from its beginning this country has been destined ime the cradle of better uni nnding among people. Our nation is distinguished from because it was founded on i rights and privileges denied : /.ens of other nations. Many |(if those who settled on our shores %  unit implanted here the finest of lAmerican traditions fled from rail economic persecution. linjrly, the tranters of our federal constitutions I into our laws the words "reI f>< i iloni." And declaring Rh;it "all men are created free and |t


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I September 27, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Twenty-five 3HaMfl #*vmaiuuj Action Edited by RABBI S. M. MACHTEI Founder ami Director, Hu Bynagog ..f America SUNDAY MORNINGS WIOD, MIAMI, FLORIDA O SKK.MON DELIVERED ON SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22, 193", —DOC— >OC 30C The Moving Finger Writes" O.-l .... W.....II..,. V..n. I...... /'I ... • % %  ., Is ;I IKI n telletn its own story; I'mit is signed by the hand of ; | In other words, we admit that the records of our actions I niable and incontestible. The hand that has written these C our own. .one else has written about a "moving finger"; in the Rubaiyat I Khayyam we read: "The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ, Moves on; nor all thy Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel hall' a line, Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it." •here are who believe that they have found escape from Life L ,vords of the Rubaiyat. They believe that nothing matters. Hut, lor never nave that impression, for, though we may not know "Into this Universe, and why not knowing, Nor whence, like Water willy-nilly flowing; And out of it, as Wind along the Waste, I know not whither, willy-nilly blowing. What, without asking, hither hurried whence? And. without asking, whither hurried thence!" same doubter admits "And lie that toss'd Thee down into the Field, He knows about it all—He know111'; knows!" i dare -ay that, were it not for this very conviction in the minds L Jews, they would absent themselves from religious service I ., A Near season as they do during the rest of the year. Hut. I ways the thought that "He knows." And, since He know %  • ible to propitiate Him. at this very crucial time when the of our past conduct are checked. Were it not for the belief ; iving finger" that writes is our own finger, over our own ome would have the audacity to attempt to deny their guilt. ||. been known in escape the consequences of perjury in huI why not attempt it in the Court on High? fools ye mortalbe!" We -peak of moving fingers" writ. God, before whom "there is no forgetfulness," needs a j | ,| to refresh Himemory; as if handwriting expert.tea Ithenticity of our signatures; as if the record.were on erasures are possible. Do you know where the recoi Would you view the proof of your malefactions? Then, I oul to yourself. Strip yourself of all the sham and camI \ on will find the beautiful markings of every kind and I lecd. You also will find the ugly scars left upon your soul by %  meal ..ml despicable habits of conduct. Those marks are indelible. iM carry those records through eternity. God alone knows iy purge ourselves of the hideous scars and the betraying We have been taught that "Penitence, Prayer and Charity will evil decree." How many of us are truly penitent? How ,\ how to pray? How marly true is our concept ol Charity. he act of sinning we are dc .ply emotional, full ol pas.-i.ni. -i.ii on the -oul is a deep one. Our virtue-, our good deedd I i.cl without zeal, without emotion. Their imprint on the %  -hallow, surely not sufficient to eradicate the ugly -car-. k nough to ice superimposed upon the mark ol sin. >U believe that this brief reminder, this short period ill in k tion will suffice to arouse us to a contemplation oi our wayDo you believe that we are judged but on tinone day. have taught US that "man is judged every day. Do you God is less id' an executive than you are? rhougn an ) is taken but on.e or twice a year, the capable business ex\ [an tell within a verv close margin just how hiStock Wl I I. .... an y ,;,,,,.. (;,„1 needs no inventory to know how we check I fiven tim.-. And His knowledge is not guesswork nor is It | iximation. HE KNOWS. -hen. is the value in all this? What is ine purpose and these ritual.-" The answer is that they have no value for Their entire purpose is centered in the value ot introspection I pection To MAX, to YOU and to ME. -There must be a deep emotional and spiritual thought. We should not go ; on the surface of life without an occasional contemplation per and more serious problems. Man is not body alone In • is not body in the narrow sense. Man is spirit. P'l. Ii'i not IKXIV in me narrow .-•> iiwv. ....... •-i— I than a convenient manifestation of spiritual matter tor o,n \ senses. Physical sears do not show up, are not reflected o.i BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MATHEWS TRUCK LINE 2.">9 N. W. Fourth St. Phone 3-17r>."> J the -oul. Though it is true that physical acts may scar the soul or may beautify it. Or, viewed from a different angle, the ignoble physical acts are evidences of an ugly scar on the soul, and the noble, the kind, the generous acts by the body are prompted by the inherent beauty of the soul. Have I contradicted myself? I believe that I have not. Repeated muscular exercises will develop the muscles used. Failure to bring certain muscles into use will result in their becoming atrophied through disuse. The same rule holds true in the spiritual realm. The repetition of good deeds will strengthen the character of the soul. Wrong habits will develop the sinful inclination. You are master of your soul. Practice those things that will add to the beauty of your soul. By strengthening the good you weaken the bad. The "moving finger writes," but, in this case, it is not automatic writing. There is an Intelligence directing the finger. That guiding force is within you. It may be, since we do not know, that "The Moving Finger writes; and, having writ, Moves on; nor all your Piety nor Wit Shall lure it back to cancel half a line, -Nor all thy Tears wash out a Word of it." It may be that we cannot recall the past to change it. But, it does not follow that the future is uncontrollable. Granted that you cannot change the past, you stili have the future to direct as you will. That's why we take stock, at this time. We review our faults, analyze our mistakes, and we study how best to avoid repeating the mistakes. The New Year offers each one of us an opportunity to do things according to our will. The past is beyond our reach, but the ure approaches ami will be within our grasp as it becomes tlv present. Then it is ours to do with as we please. Resolve now hi do J'i)fht, to practice love, to live just and righteous lives, so that, when nil o g fiiifc" SINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI PHOTO SUPPLY Miami's Oldest Exclusive Camera House 31 S. E. 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Friday, September tt, 1115 THE JEWISH PLOUDIAN Jews in Sports By HARRY CONZEL (Continued from Page 14) important Jewish sporting event of the year, with 1,000 athletes from -" countries participating. Austria won the all-around team title with 400 points. Germany was second, the United States and Pal,-iiin third and fourth. The Amerwon the track and field titles. I islovakia took first place in the swimming events and Rouman ja W.MI the football tournament. The men's singles and doubles ten n |g lilies went to the South Africans while the Germans took all the women's tennis titles. In the boxing championships England won the heavyweight and middleweight crowns; Holland the lightweight and welterweight titles while the lightheavyweight title to Poland; Egypt captured the featherweight championship, G ninny the bantamweight championship and South Africa the flyweighl title. Ping I'ong Jewish athletes made a clean of all titles in pingpong. Abe Berenbaum of New York won •.Inmen's national singles championship and paired with Mark Schude to win the national doubles title. Ruth Aarons, last year's ingles titleholder, again won the championship. In the a n n u a 1 world's championship matches ;it London for the Swaythling Cup Viktor Barna of Hungary, the world's champion, easily retained his title, while Miklas S/.aalso a Hungarian -lew, was runner-up. Barna and S/.abados : up to win the team title. nry. Swimming Swimming gave Jewish sports their first Jewish worldlier last year in Adolph Chicago schoolboy who the nation's newest swimming marvel. In regional meets in Chicago lie cracked ten world records. Swimming anchor on the 300-yard medley relay team of the %  I lore A. C, Kiefer helped ash the American record of 3:01.2, setting a new mark of 2:57.7 al the national indoor championships of the A. A. U. In the 150-yard back-stroke he broke the record, winning the title. In % %  of special races held as ;: A HAPPY NEW YEAR ••• Vi: OLD ANTIQUE SHOP 1730 Biscayne Blvd. -MIAMI, FI.A. Page Fifteen exhibitions at the national women s indoor swimming championships, Kiefer bettered five American back-stroke records in one race. At the national outdoor men's swimming championships of the A. A. U. Kiefer established a new world's record for the 100-meter back-stroke and then to to help the Lake Shore A. C. win the .(00metcr relay with a new American record. Other notable swimming achievements by Jews during the year were credited to Eugene Halpern of the Columbus (Ohio) A. C, who finished third in the 220-breast stroke in the men's outdoor national championships; Julius Schneiderman, captain of the University „f Indiana natators, who established half a dozen new marks in the 50 and 60-yard races in Middle West meets; Milton Finer and Sam Klezmer. Sehneidcrman's team-mates; the members of the Hagibor Bwimming club of Prague, Czechoslovakia, who won every major meet in Europe; and Alex I.isus who finished second in ths Transvaal, South Africa, mile championship race. Outstanding among the women swimmers were Janice Lifson of the Women's Swimming Association of New York, who was second in the Metropolitan A. A. U.; outdoorspringboard diving and first in the metropolitan A. A. U. fancy diving; Anne Godevnik of Chisholm, Minnesota, who took fourth in the 220-yard breast stroke at the national A. A. L'. women's outdoor championship; and Amelia Morris, winner of every woman's free style championship in New Zealand and holder of records at every distance from 50 to 100 meters. Tennis Among ranking senior Jewish players were Edward Fcibelman of New York, no. 21; Edward Jacobs of Baltimore, no. 22; and Iieonard Hartman of New York, no. 25. Ernie Koslan of New York University, who won the New York State intercollegiate indoor singles championship and with David Geller captured the doubles title, was ranked no. 7 in the National Public Parks Tennis Association ratings. Hartman was runner-up in the Eastern clay court single championship and Julius SeligSOn of New York, former national collegiate titleholder, came close to winning the national ndoor championship, losing in the semi-final round. The most amazing feats by Jewish tennis players during the past year were credited to the youngsters. Among the Jewish juniors and boys who received national rating were Marvin Wachman of Milwaukee, no. 15 junior singles; Albert Shapiro of Baltimore, no. 17; Bernard Freedman of New York, no. 2!>; Marvin Kantrowitz of New York, no. 4 in boys singles; Isadore Bellis of Philadelphia, no. '.; Seymour Greenberg of Chicago, no. 12; and Melvin Schwartzman of New York, no. 28; Bellis and Kantrowitz were placed at no. 9 in the boys doubles. 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iday t September 27, 1MB THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN THE J EWISH S CENE A New Year Message By RABBI I8SER W. MUSKAT of Hdh El Congregation, West l'alm Beach Paj*e Thirty-five nce more, against the curtain [the annual twilight hour which L.,1,1the coming of the New |;u. there looms the silhouette of one. pathetic figure, bowed down the crushing hatred of a cruel I. | leaning on the staff of his |;ji and somberly wending his L synagogue. V, j s weary Israel, battered and iikcn and bleeding from i ; wounds, who hies to i hou i,: prayer, there to pass I :ii before his Qod, to reL his lease upon life, and to |,l :1 bit of comfort and solace I his brethren. [ %  All the gates are closed," .-ays Tain lid, "sxeept the gates of In," How i>ignanty true that [today. Today, when the only I ,.still open, the only 1 .. tl al is still not "verboten" I our brethren is the synL ly, when the only thing \ny ol them are still enabled to -and that, secretly and with i %  to weep, to pour I! itie!' hearts in prayer Li supplication. | I, ..hat a marvelous tonic, V.. veritable life-sever the } %  ;' %  :. H diday season has always thi Jew! Like the mounI who, having lost his Othold, is saved by the rope ch hinds him to his fellow [ o is the Jew saved the life line of his religion, hirh hinds him to his God and | When his personal cour: and his reason has ^ the Jewish faith has I suppied the magic lift I • carried the Jew over the pick gulfs in his history. always been and so it 111 be a| ain this New Year, 6696, iwin'll leave tho synagogue Imewhal inburdened and relieved, 1 arts a little lighter and i ittle brighter, encouraged, pired, to resume their i paths, in the hope that have '."anted their praythe ship's crew, who in struggling to keep the sinking boat afloat, are fighting not only to save the lives of the passengers, hut their own lives as well. All of us are pretty much in the same boat. Kven the fortuitous accident of geography no longer avails US much. There is not a land in the Diaspora where antiSemitism has not reared its 'head. The Endeks in Poland, the Cuzists In Roumania, the Croix de Feu in ers for life. But, however salutary that may be per se, it must not end with that. "Oif Gott meg men hoffen, ober alein tor men nit shloffen!" It is not enough to ask God for life and happiness. We are again 1France, the Afosley Blackshirta in compelled to defend our God-given Kn *rla nd, the Goglu followers in rights to life and happiness. w e | Canada, the l'elley Silvershirts in are again confronted by enemies j t nis C()U ntry—these are hut a few who are determined to take the f ""' 'dark apostles of Hitler ami lives that God has given us. Streicher, whose policies ami methThe Shofar,this year, has, there'"'•* f exterminating the Jew they fore, a challenging sound, a mar-i w ul(l eagerly follow if also given tial note. "To your tents, o I-the power. mobilised fur our self-defense. The I ably effective. Every effort should boycott-our most effective weap-1 be exerU d to prt .;. t nt American on—must be intensified. All ac.•-.,,..• ,-,. ., participation in the forthcoming live ..nd potential enemies of I Nazism should l„. co-opted and : 01ym| ""' ** me8 ln Berluv More n,„j_ ,. and more Jewish children should their work co-ordinated. An An, ., .. be rescued from the Nazi Inferno. schluss with powerful Catholic Q uiet representations at our labor bodies should prove immeasur(Continued on Page 30) ^_r 111111 f i %  i %  i %  11111 %  r 1111 %  1111 r i %  111 %  111111 f 11111 %  i %  t f %  l • 111; 111 %  11111111111111 r 11 f %  111111 ^_ BEST WISllKS FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR rael!" is its Imperious call. And In the lace of such formidable E to us, American Jews, this call is oes i what else can we Jews do hut directed with special emphasis. Like Esther of old. we have heen cast by a kind fate into a favored position. And because we constitute the largest and most influential segment of world Jewry, our responsibility is correspondingly the greater. But, unlike our part in former emergencies, our present role is not merely that of "our brother's keeper." In the present catastrophe it is rather akin to the role of UNITE! Unite and fight for our rights and our very lives. All personalities, all petty interests must he swept aside to achieve discipline and concerted action within our own ranks. The tardy rapprochement within the Zionist movement, so joyously consummated at the congress in Lucerne, must be emulated in every Jewish community. Every legitimate weapon at our al, every moral and economic resource at our command must be BE I >IH)W & WALTON REAL ESTATE 208Twenty-Third St.. Miami Beach "TUB" PALMER'S K GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS .-1 Free 15-Minute Package Liquor & (Old Beer ServiceAre Now Located at 1399 WASHINGTON AVENUE, AT 11th ST. 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Pafje Fifty-six THE JEWISH FLORIMAN Friday, Septemb ier 27, SOCIETY A | f Emunah ,. held next Thursr 3rd, at th. S tl l; • %  T at T p. m. • The ard party Rivi ,. B lt : Club at th.home of %  .; j \ p r, with Mesdari x I v p, per as the hostattended by a large lestc Prixes were w >n v. S. Mintter, .1. Silver. -: in, I! I .., hant and J. Simon. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Spiegelmonths visiting friends ai tives in Atlantic City York. Victoria Hospital last Sunday. • • Mother and baby are resting nicely. Pearl Sapero, daughter 0 ( • • • and Mrs. Lawrpnc. c._ .111 M,,* — -" — — 'IUO man are receiving congratulations tives in Atlantic City on the birth of a baby son at the York. • • Sapero, -ai^Mr-. Lawrence Sapero returned turned from her vacation at' to the city after having spent three Mountain Camp at Analog I g j "..TiTTTrntTBl lacnmriDimal |BUUJHJJJJJHB| [S Q jfiTrnp : May the New Year Bring Happiness. Joy and Prosperity to All Our Friends and Patrons, and to All Jewry Beth David Choir, under the direction of Benjamin .Marcus, choir leader of New York, former!) of MarhtenberK !. choir, will aid in chanting holiday >er\ice>. Kvadinu from left to right are: Sam Seitlin. Sidney H. Palmer, Kahbi Max Shapiro. Abe Kronenfeld. Benjamin Marcus and Harrv Markowitz. GREETINGS And Best Wishes! SEASON'S GREETINGS! Op** Hour Saving Appiances Refrigerators Washers Ironers Vacuum Cleaners Megrath-Long Appliance Co. 1204 S. \Y. 8th St. Phone 2-7522 i Mini] I B SCHRAGERS, Inc. 1001 W. FLAGLER ST. "HIGHEST TYPE PRESCRIPTION PHARMACY" :::::::::: ~g) 1 5 : ::::: pal iBcrimumiLftl lacmmcij I Warner Brewing Co. 1 645 N. W. 13th St. M I A M I ^-* : 51 151 BI 15 [ 'liLi V.." JJofit oe mVimw'd.i hint, flimnlj V*' BEST WISHES for A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR l • i ^^^ So often poor grades are not the fault of the child. Before you arc harah with your child I orer a bad report, be sure the light under which he has been atudying, ha not been harsh | with him. %  P 8 '0 i r/i \ %  ••> a '^; s % MIAMI BEACHFL-A. PASTEURIZED MILK DELICIOUS SOUR CREAM SWEET BUTTER COTTAGE CHEESE WATCH FOR OUR OPENING ANNOUNCEMENT ,. Studying vmim poo* light oft** ouaw headache*, nerroueneaa and ey**train. Thee* naturally affect a child'e grade*. Don't gamble with your child'a future. Hare the lighting in your home tested with the Sight Meter that tells the amount of hght just as a thermometer tells temperature. Call our nearest office for this free service. "•'•;'-' IK TOLL YOU HOW MUCH UGH SNOTASUBST.TUT, #* w SEE THESE NEW SIGHT-SAVING LAMPS IN OUI 0 lOOMS OS AT YOUS DBMS* Otty Approved Lontpa Can Bar Tkta To, r-OOR LAMPS A. low at 15.15 and tons. a. low Si. dm, Mc • Boaik. N. ccrrvtoo ckoryMl



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|y September 27, 1935 THE JEWISH FI.OKI1MAN Abraham Lustunrten moved ,l„ Olympia buildinf? to 1527 [hincton avc., Miami Beach. • • beta Chi Omega sorority is the Lmgi Bocial group on the UniL y ,,i" Miami campus. It was | Lniziil in 1984 and is the only E s h sorority at the university. L Epsilon Phi, national sororfij the sponsor of Theta Chi L : ,. Sorority rooms this year Ji„ the Hugo apartments, re%  j leased by the university for Irities, musical studios and ceri faculty members. Officers of ; jiorority arc: Audrey Rothenpresident; Sylvia Lipton, [.president; Ceeile Alexander, btary; F.velyn Korn, treasurer. loneisea of the sorority are: Claire Cohen Weintraub, Mrs. Kaplan, Mrs. G. F. Newberland Mrs, Jule Friedman. • • • Martha Neham, daughter [jlr. and Mrs. M. Neham of |mi Beach, was awarded a tlarship to the University of ami this week. • |r. I. Silver left to spend sevweeks in New York, where he I visit friends and relatives. He ixpected to return some time week. • • Uiul Abenson, 50, real estate op•cir and retired merchant, of \ S. W. Third st., died at his I Sunday after a long illness. Ihinl been a resident of this area [the. past -•"> years, coming here \i\ Daytona Beach. He was born tusstia. 1 \ nson was a charter memof Beth David Synagogue and hember of the B'nai B'rith and ph Wo idmen of the World. He anj yean owner and hager of a general merchandise Page Fifty-five ffi^eJI S ;i ; ^*flJ THETA (III OMEGA SORORITY Above are the officers of the Theta (hi Omega Sorority at the University of Miami in (oral Cables. Reading from left to right are Sylvia l.ipton of Miami, vice-president, and Audrey Kothenberg of Savannah. Ca„ president. Store at X. W. Fifth st. and Second ave. He leaves the widow, Mrs. Lena Abenson; a son. Samuel, and a daughter, .Gladys. ;iill of Miami. Services were conducted by Rabin Mai Shapiro on Monday. Burial was in Woodlawn Park cemetery. 4 • Mr. and Mrs. Jose II. Kates, whose wedding took place Sunday in Beth David Synagogue, left for Havana, where they will reside. The bride, formerly Miss Mildred Greenberg, is a daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Greenberg. Mr. Kateis a son of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph II. Kates of Havana and is associated with his father in business in that city. Rabbi .Max ShaI>' fficiated at the ceremony, which was attended by a large group of relatives and friends. After the ceremony there was a dinner at the bride's home. The bride was given in marriage by her father. Miss Betty Greenberg, her Bister, was maid of honor. William Herman of Havana was best man. Mrs. Hannah Asher played nuptial music and Mrs. Herbert U. Fei"One Golden Day." Walter Grossman played "One Golden Day" as a cello solo. 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Porty-two THE JEWISH FLOMDIAN Friday, Sept ember 27, 1935 PLAIN TALK \U \I. SKi.AI. J that the bui row and I al unto me wh %  esides. Upoi knew them in Egypt and on Sinai and in the time of the temple. "I, tlif frustral • %  B he • I have I, I I I am luu the men, "I, tl "k up aft< %  ai me. and my fi • wh %  %  :,' Jew And if mC %  : • %  ind .v ami tlif pain of all m> whel • %  :a J( W %  %  %  the 11 I am made %  "( > mj God, I ha m a %  %  know his %  I in my • i "Th<>u an a J w' and in whatg I havi they im me "Tli"U art a \ • ,. I was ered by ai n, my • i me. My heart • .1. n 'Tl .. %  art a Je\ .1 re• • •. 11 my 11 mid I; %  11 I. the imn but a clown crying th "As an immortal man I must : with the I must .... nee 1 r and casl me, 1 >m true ti "1 n mankind, nevei myself from then I what %  may Bay of mi. I he Jew. ins .1 man's full part in the world. I must speak %  ir justice ophet's • nly a lament %  y own 1 a MRS. M. II. KISLEB Prominent Communal Worker and Tampa Correspondent of The Jewish Floridian. and know not why they are afflicted. I" that I carry the pain of my brethren I am forever made conscious that I am not one that liveth for himself alone. "In that I carry this responsibility for the good name of my 1 Bni bound to guard my • theend that they may seek for me only thi elevations laracter. innol escape from being a Jew, there is left to me only to make the best of being a and tlms to i>e of the noblest among men. "But one thine I ask of Thee, 0 pain of my brethren. Blessed art Thou, (i God, in that Thou hast put on my back a res] onsibility for %  I name of my people. • %  Ithai l carry this special pain "How absurd, 0 my God, is the j f or „ j eWi ] have a thing ""'>' worthy for which to suffer, unlike his enta other men who carry their small :' I must km that my pa I hi •'• w .. n of the world and th el r me and | istice me without for all men. "And if men say. 'This Ji A in the world, What doth thi Ji w -eek'." I shall not I; for 1 shall havi true to mj "An I, 11 my Lord God, blessed y name that Thou has given me ti.' al burdens which are the pain for being a Jew and the HAPPY NEW YEAR SMITH & PORTON, Inc. TIRES, GAS AND OIL The City Mall Is Opposite L's—No. 1 Florida Ave. at 7th—No. 2 TAMPA, FLA. A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL BERGER & RACHELSON, INC. Distributor! of PLEE-ZING QUALITY PRODUCTS Tampa. Florida • / / BEST WISHES / / \ HAPPY NEW YEAR / ^iMlllllllllMHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiic / = > IJKRRY BROTHERS = / i / Live Poultry Market ', = / < orner Marion and Tyler Sts, £ = TAMPA, I l. May All Our Jewish Friends Enjoy a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR COLUMBIA RESTAURANT ;< V .*-. I DR. R. W.APPLEGATE VETERINARIAN 200 Morgan St. Phone 2330 5 I V.MI'A. FLORIDA To our thousands of Jewish friends we extend best wishes for a very prosperous and HAPPY NKW YEAR MAAS BROTHERS Famous for Knowing How to Make the Real Cocktail That Is Always a Delight TAMPA. FLA. 'PRIVATE DINING ROOMS Seventh Avenue and Twenty-Second Street YBOR CITY, TAMPA. FLORIDA



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Pagi Pifty-two THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN 1 venir program, will be distributed, dance in January The %  „ n charity worker and communal figin charge include. Rose Dubler, „,,. n Miami. w unanimously chairman; Ruth Add. and Ev elected pre. nt of the auxi.iary elyn Mark..^Monthl,.dance, will ; i succeed Mis. lloma. At Temple Israel New Year ea will be tonight and tomorrow. A special choir, consisting of Mrs. 11. r. Feibelman, Mrs. Ilirt-|-|„. public is urged to attend, enstein, Percy Long and R. T. Polwell, with Mrs. Hannah Asher as Monday night, October 7th, the jcal Senior and Junior Councils f Jewish Women will hold their ie held at the eh.hl.ouse the last ["uesday in each month. In charge of this month's dance are Kuth Miller, Gladys Greenburg and Bosalyn Friedman. Miss Esther Winer and Elisabeth Rosenkrantsj were appointed as a membership nmmittee. Huth Atkins, i: Planfor a membership cam. organist. Rosh Hashono music aiKn were out lined at the last Dubler and Ruth Miller wer. apwill he featured. meeting of the Young Women's Hepointed a committee to nav. a The rabbi of Temple Israel. Dr. ,„.,.„. Association, hed last Thursspeaker at the clubhouse ever) Jacob ll. Kaplan, and Mrs. Kaplan. 1:iy even ing at the Y. M. H. A. meeting night. and the president of the congredubrooms. Mr-. S. Shindel, chaircation, Mr. Herbert I". Feibelman, ,„.,,, W JH |„. assisted by Miss I.iland Mrs. Feibelman will give a |;. ln pnik, Mrs. Kriet and Miss eption to the members oi i; u th Davis as a committee to eonthe congregation at the home of thelatti r, 628 V E. 27th st., on Now Year's afternoon, September 28th, between 3 and 7 o'clock. The Miami section of the National Council of Jewish Women ; i announce that a Fashion Show will be given at one g hotels in February under th, [duct the campaign. A class i physical education will begin at the next meeting, which the public is invited to attend. The next meeting of the organization will be held at the clubrooms of the V on Thursday evening, October 3rd, at H:J10 o'clock. South Atlantic A. A. I'. Opposes American Entry In OlympicJudge Stern to Get Place cith re\ %  iti n < xtending the thankof the irganization for the ndered by Mrs. ...:..: ai imously adopted, p the hope that Mrs. road. Coral Gables. A committee composed of Irving Goldman, Harold Parkas and Samuel Wi ,vas appointed to consult with active members on fraternity problems during the year. Present at the meeting were William Parr, mtinue JJ, \\ •,;,.. Edwards, Henrj '' s.hwartz. A. J. Kaplan, Irvihg %  devote the Lippman, Bertram Raff, Ha h Fleischaker. Mr Ida Opl I known • tinment The junior division of the Bla .Men'Hebrew Associat B This will be th< %  • I en0 I. Soustartinj ( 1 annual BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR LYON ELECTRIC CO. 221 Seventh St. Phone 5-2444 MIAMI BEACH %  %  BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW ^ EAR P %  c DOC D0< -IN. I:,:K WISHES. A HAPPi NEW : BEST WISHES f 1 A HAPPY NEW YEAR 0 W.M. Bl'RBRIDGE ( ITY CO! SCILMAN Miami Beach •• I T F. ( AST ELECTRIC < 0. liil Drexel Ave MIAMI ill. \( II O3CC^)0< DOC >OC C r DO BEST WISHES for a A HAPPY NEW YEAR L. I.. POWELL & SONS REAL ESTATE 1659 Michigan Ave. Miami Heaeh SNEDIGAR & I CO., Inc. ; REAL ESTATE %  l!ll(l Collins Ave. .MIAMI BEACH m BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEA! SEGAL TAXI & SIGHTSEEING SERVICE CO.. to TAXI and BAGGkGl SERVICE 100 Ocean Drive Miami Beach, PW* SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAH BANKIER BROS., INC ELECTRICAL CONTRACTORS :I2! W. I7ih St. Miami H*ac BEST WISHES A HAPPY NEW YEAR DREXEL PLAZA APARTMENTS [ MRS. G. S. DETERMAN, Mjrr. 1218 Drexel Axe. MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  -JOHNSON-BORDER REALTY CO. S27 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES TO ALL FOR A HAPPY SEW YEAl BRILL ELECTRIC, INC. ABRAM BRILL WILTON W. HR l Pres. Vice-Pw* 727 Fifth St. Miami Be* MRS. L SHOPIRO And Family •' the Mare Vista Apts. 2112 Ocean Drive .Miami Beach 1: -• w A HAPPY AND I'ROSPEROUS NEW •. EAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NKW YEAR ATLAS FISH CO. 1331 Washington Axe. Miami Beach BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DULANEY'S, INC. mill 107 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY MAX YEAH BISCAYNE TENT AND AWNING CO., INC FA< lum VND M \IN OFFICE: 245 S. XV. 6th St.. Miami 111 \ II STORE: 111 Hal St., M.ami Beach : WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ARNOLD ARMS APIS. 112:. Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH MR. AND MRS. I. ABRAMS and the "HOUSE OF ABRAMS' 3C2 Euclid Axe.. .Miami Beach EXTEND TO ALL BEST WISHES FOR A 1IAITYAM> PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR



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f. Septa-aba* 17, IMS THB JEWISH FLOBIDIAN Page Twenty-seven A New Year's Message !v MRS. ARTHUR BRIM President National Council of Jewish Women fow littlewe thought when we L. children that the Jews would ain |n our own lifetime live 0 Ugh a major tragedy. We had I omfortable feeling of seIjty, The horrors of the InquiCnii B.ld cither periods of perseonged to a remote and civilized past. Our times were I. Our world recognized principle of equality before the lorn of conscience, the t i, ,f all to pursuit of happiOura was the age of democL P o pul a r education was Before that vast forte and ignorance could I. way to understanding |d good will. We could look into no t i 10 distant future and say psalmist, "Behold how „| and how pleasant it is for fethren t dwell together in ily." |\... we have gone through a of fire. Persecution is tjiblc in our own day. Equality lore the law and the right of all ursuit of happiness are no longidered inalienable rights. h tragedy of the migrations of Middle Ages; the search for [age are repeated in our own lllumiliation, degradation, disilities, mental and physical ani now do we face them? With kntnunt. sorrow, despair, but It defeat. For to acknowledge (feat to acknowledge defeat of we have come to associate with (man pi great justice, equality ( therhood. The day of |i sanity must return. Fasi ideal that to live gloas a lion is better Ian a lifetime as a lamb, and izi Germany's ideal of iron and mil must eventually give way to a which throughout the is have expressed to men the i sibilities of the human Irit: "To do justice, to love merand to walk humbly with thy We suffer when these ideals are eclipsed. We ourselves symbolize their struggle for ascendancy. We fare well only when they prevail. We cannot conceive of a civilization which is based on a denial of these ideals. They must survive, and with their survival ours is bound up. But we are determined to survive not as a miserable remnanl from whom has fled all dignity. The will to live is strung within us. it is reasserting itself magnificently in Palestine. In this country, too, we see Bigns of it in the smallest and humblest communitie.-. It shows itself in a fresh resolve to understand ourselves as Jews, to kimw our origins, our history, our place in world civilization. There is a growing number who want to live as affirmative Jews. To them Judaism is not a burden; not something to be borne with resignation; not something which has outlived its meaning and beauty. It is a proud heritage. Its message to a world struggling for social amelioration and peace i a significant today as in ancient times. The approaching High Holy Hays stir within us ancestral memories. We feel again that we are a people of destiny, deathless and unconquerable. On these Holy Hays we sense the significance of the new tragedies, the new problems, the new triumphs which face us. One thing above all else we must do to measure upfind the inner meaning for our lives as Jews born :>f knowledge and faith. OFFICERS OF TAF EPSILON PHI %  lltll lllllHllllllHllllllllllltllKIIIMIIIMKIIIIIItdllllllllltllllirlllllllKIIIIM^ HAPPY NEW YEAR O0i)0i)#9 GULF STREAM ICE CO. 2073 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-8327 mini" iiiiiimiiiiimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiHitiiiiiitiiiiiunii<~ GREETINGS H. J. SANBORN PLUMBER 23 N. W. 11th St. Phone 2-.i(Mi2 officers of the Tau Epsilon I'hi Fraternity at the University Bf Florida in (Gainesville. This is one of the outstanding Jewish fraternities in the country. 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THE mm FLORID.'AN Biber 27 J^* %  %  ha it -t*^n *r_i JEWS IX SPORTS Jrw:-h Sport Arhie'-er wI • '•' 0 %  n r s ---. p sing O %  AMI WHOLESALE) c "-^ '" "'-M-LfcALEJ (1 GROCERY CO L 216.N.E. llthst. J -k. a % % % % % %  --.; A HAPPY NEW YEAR .' & "ART..: TRADER We Extend to All Oar K*-t Wishes r u..... \ \ \ Furnitun -: Repair and o ror a H.-.pp> >••-)•Re:'--. Shop ifiiiiiillillllllllllllllimilllllllll£ :• 9 | / CIT\ TAILORS 23 N. W. First Street MAX GROGER 1103 S. W. Jnd St. Phone 2-1 757 %  I. \ VVAL1 ERSON 1 MOORE'S MINERAL | &= CRYSTAL 1 ^T liA'l H PARLORS = 310 N. I-. 2nd Ave. c o c o SINCERE : r A HAPPY NEW YEAR •:• A FRIEND—C. J. T %  % % % % % % % %  %  S 5 £ %  R IF •:• •:• %  :• = 1 1 ',' North Miami V-e. K. VV. CARTER >i \'.i< 'in is* *i 11 SI I'I'IA I fj %  VII \MJ =iiiiiiiiii:i:i;iii.riiiii:i!i;iii!iii!iiiiiir BES1 WISHES Happv New Year o e o J 'I All Our Cu.-tomw % — TANNER'S w II E I! E THE B E S 1 COS T S I. E S S" STORES i Dade Produce Co. 1729 V W. 7th \ e. •' %  II UiLER ST. 1733 N I SE< OXD W E. POXI E lii: LEON BLVD.. CORAL GABLES 11,11111111,1 iiiiiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiimiiiiii mini iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini i Wishes ffir All ItJewish Patrons HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR s 9 41 9>\ fc %  %  %  .1.1. OUR JK FRIEND | OR A M< i HAJ i KUOI S -.1: Jure Dairv Products Co., Inc. 177.1 V \\. ~\.\ l. M M AVE. Our Sincere Wishes to Jewry at Large for a Happy and Prosperous New Year E/T FLACLEP *—. %  -.% W.FLAGLER ST 37*. AVE. JACOB SHER, President ROAO



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[day, September 27, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Three ROSH HA-SHANAH •Do You Want a Happier New Year—He Jews By LUDWIG LEWISOHN L\nurica's outstanding Jewish nan of letters wishes you a happy New Year and tells you lo achieve it. mother year and deepening UmegB on the horizon of our kple. I" now niany Jewish doea there not echo the [ of the Psalmist: Sechor Adolibnei Kdom eth yom Yerui,l.nun' Remember, O Lord, lainst ihe sons of Kdom the day Jerusalem! For that "day of Usalem" is a forever recurrent |v in our history. Whether East West, whether by better means by worse, whether with intenk HI purpose more or less in rmony with our eternal destiny, do build up again and again |l!,iii ila'.Mikdash, a temple, or put at least from age to age we psider a temple, and again and %  in the nations come, the sons [ Edom, and raze that temple to ground and make it level with i earth and soak that earth with of our martyrs. More, no! less, tragic does this turrence grow as the ages pas-. Ii in older days we did at least liiil a temple that was a temple [oui God and a witness of our iiit. and when it was destroyed By the physical structure was Itroyed, only the house built |th hands, and we, the Jewish Bple, could wander elsewhere esbtially unharmed and unimpovp.hed because in our loyal hearts carried with us wherever we \w: the temple of the eternal and unwavering knowledge of our Bt.nv. liut since the so-called Mancipation we built temples of bstance not our own and enfined in them gods that were ours and to these gods and K alone we turned our hearts III for these gods, these idols of the nations we spent our strength and our wisdom and our very souls and to defend them we died on innumerable fields of battle. But even these temples that we built to their gods the nations will not let stand because we built them. That—that, Jews, is the truth, the bitter and world-piercing but also ultimately healing truth that cries out from the blood and tears and agonized sweat and utter humiliation of our brethren in Germany. Build no more temples to the gods of the heathen—to the gods of power, to the gods of battle, to the gods of mere worldly knowledge unquickened by mercy and by love. Build temples in your hearts to the Eternal of Israel whose prophet inaugurated the first and the only decisive revolution in the affairs of mankind, a revolution that has never been won, a revolution of which we, the Jews, are the bearers and responsible executants—the revolution that was announced in the great mystic words that embody forever the nature of the moral life: Vahavta I'reacha kamocha. ani Adonai. And thou shalt bear love unto thy neighbor as unto thyself. I am the Lord. No, this is no mere maggiduth or sermonizing. It is, by the severest tests of historical fact and JlimillllllllllimilllllllllllllllllllllllL. | GREETINGS | INDIAN RIVER CURB | MARKET E PACKERS ANI) SHIPPERS | 0 historical experience, the whole truth of the matter. For consider the nations of the earth and their story. Like plants or like trees they grow and grow stronger up to a certain point and reach what seems permanent dominance and power. And then it is seen that in that highest reach there slumbered already the seed of their decay. And the decay set in and they withered—their power and their folk, and finally they left only a monument and a name. This thing happened to Egypt and to Greece and to Rome. And where today is the far-flung empire of Spain? And where on some historic tomorrow will be the Reich of the Germans? The good of the spirit have remained—Homeland Euripides and Virgil and Cervantes, even as Mozart and Goethe will remain. But all that was gained by force and conquest, all that was achieved by the humiliation and murder of human brethren—all that withers and dies and is at last blown with the random winds. Why are we here at all? Whyare we not with the Babylonians who conquered us and with the Greeks and the Hellenized Romans to whom we sold out spiritually precisely as we sold our hearts to the Germans? Because after that GREETINGS FOR RENT OUTBOARD • INBOARD Specialist in All Maka Oatbamrd Moton New anil Vsvd Motor* BOAT8 MOTORS REPAIRS OUTBOARD MOTOR SERVICE COMPANY lit S. W. N. River Drive I'hone 2-6575 Tree Ripened Fruits S Fancy Hoxes Our Specialty 1 RUBIN & SHAEFFER | Proprietors 1334 S. W. 8th St. fiiiiililllllillllllllllllilliiiiliiillliiiiiir: EL COMODORO HOTEL 33 S. W. Second Ave. Strictly Modern in Every Respect, Yet Reasonable in Trice at All Seasons 2.-,> GEORGE YOUNG Formerly With (oral GablH (ountry Club THE PARKMOOR GRILLE N. W. 7th Ave. at .list St. • .', IAIII.K ANI) CURB SKRVICK fyi /J III IIIIIIIIIIIIIIM | Ultlll IIIIIMIII HI ||||t_ %  S A Happy and Prosperous E NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Friends = | FURNITURE REFINISHING = jr Special Contract Prices to = Hotels and Apartments E = For an Estimate Call | WOOD MPT.. CO. 1 | 2027 N. Miami Ave. | Tel. 2-5579 TIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIimiir GREETINGS STEAKS -:(HOPS For Dinner at the TWIN OAKS GRILLE 628 S. \V. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-8810 r "Miami'* Mo*l Hvautiful liar" America'* r'amouit Been on Draught T I R F E X C II A N G E B A R Where All Good Sporls Meet The Rest Heers in Town 279 East Flaglcr St. (Opp. (or. Elks Club) Phone 2-K944 V ANHEUSER-BUSCH MICHELOB E i rinrurrnip a] |Brrrjmn.rnTTs"1 iBatrmrarm rrrnnrmal |rrrmriixariTigl | armmrmTJT1 | a run IT Phone 2-.-.::ti BEST WISHES for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR HOTELS ALCAZAR HALCYON J. FRANK COUGH, Gen. Mgr. May you be blessed with true happiness and a measure of wealth, and be enabled to do your part in the work of evolution of the coming year—through which each of us serves not only himself, but also the great God in whom we live, move and have our being. Again, a Happy New Year! tTlic ittiami ffutralh Florida's Most Important Newspaper — FRANK B. SHUTTS, Publisher umiifrl lBcnrrim.au a| lawmimcJTa"] |aaiuuiiii'ciam UIJJJJ a \ |aa[cmiLLai~al |B> c rcann:::"i~ijr



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. THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN ^*Z: Siptember 27, THE DAY OF REMEMBRANCE A New Year's Message is. REV. B. SAFER Orlando, Florida :. v I %  %  • I • :' hope—Pa \ % %  % %  found a jrr amazing that di I It best ea u n to be merciful •.' \ • raham, :• lys for %  of -••:.. andicapsTde %  • i one thicket and enl orefa estrictioiu and discriminal red by the with -Ahich a host of a rai %  lent of the A iceful i wilHomeland has • at a phenomenal I be. The To n f\\ % %  ii Pa stim mand --... to icrif %  %  • r their • ikei lema that are still unsolved .. gion—the fact rethat the Promised Land is i-apidl] ing the Land of Our gains made there our losses in Germany and other lands. Moi ,U1 position in Palgr ws stronger, <>ur weakened positions in the Galuth are strengthened. More, perhaps, than • '• people is rebuilding p a jtim Palestine is rebuilding the Jewish people. The Jewish vital" reasserting itself. Our people everywhere are being i with hope, courage and Against such people that is find.:" : %  .:. %  w, all the fury of Hit, all the recurring waves of i. will spend their force in vain and break as the waves I Gibraltar. The f:st that rmoer 27, i}„l strikes iron suffers more thai, 1 iron. Israel ideathless i may die, but Israel lives on' The %  %  "' 569B leedk I %  lark one for us Jews. But Jl not despair as we face tlJ v Year 5696. A1 Tirah A* 2 kov! • It's many. „ our forefathers first unfurled, flag of Judaism. And I is still a ray of light which Jl "proof through the night" ih a .',1i flag is still there! J t poor I would get their curb l is and disgra • %  %  : • '• %  % % %  • %  the R is i % %  might '' her "du r i • t mmodities in 1 H ich has proven • ral important industries; to, .• Hash alsc term far a New Year, demand an upward r< ... lay of ind is demonstrate by ar acts thai rptive capacity" index, ... Shofa •'•• the example ol that the tempo of Jewish immigra'. ng of th< II n g u sag'.. ng Its sound •' .; t ing I an of charity will delivi is from G [sra and i .v.: pi asting ia] ness. The Jewish Scene II. i; \i!i;i issi R vv, MI -• sisted tu the utmost. Yet, with all these and other terminal '..k• • If ng pla i. dramatically and g" """ %  ilfliTlllllllUJ be I s %  • he rapid de= a ( %  %  lished refuJuda I n Jews in £ iviet Rusintrj Ml .' : : f thi • ||uiation | hapters history. Formber oi B'nai A .. Bl -: %  • %  r A HAPPY NEW V T M. I). FITCH. Inc. RE \l TOBS 2230 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH I'hi.m l -2.". lead, ng coi A HAPPY NFAV YEAR .1. GESCHEIDT. INC. REAL BSTATI l i"i \\ uhlnxton Kvt. Ph.m, S-17S2 Miami Htrh OOOCOOOOOOOOOJSOOOJOOOO: EAR I). J. DOOLEY S \M S( UN VBTZ Associate REAL ESTATE 71."> Fifth St. MIAMI BEA< ll BEST WISHES f r A HAPPY NEW YEAB SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Ralph C. Pole Justice of the Peace MIAMI REACH = MR. AND MRS. 1 L. O. BLOOMFIELD | Realtor Mil Collins Ave. Miami Beach = = W ish All a | = A HAPPY NEW YEAR I rillllllMIIIJIJIllllllllllllllllllllllilliiiir; BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MILLER-WEIL BEALTOBS 653 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. v SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR ULLIAN'S CUT RATE DRUG STORES Drugs Cosmetics Liquors REGISTERED PHARMACISTS 1130 LINCOLN ROAD Phone 5-2504 2(13 TWENTY-THIRD ST. Phone ->-92in BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAB THE VENETIAN DOCKS 1701 I'urdy Ave. MIAMI BEACH, FLA. tJihiiiMiiiiiimHimm iiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiii IIIIIIIHIIIIMBU-^ BEST WISHES for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR I NELSON'S DEPARTMENT STORES 5c and 10c and Up MIAMI BEACH = iiiiiiiiiHiitiiiiiiiiiiMiniiiiiiiiiiiiiitniiiiminiiuM"! GREETINGS TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS BEACH HEALTH INSTITUTE All Graduate Nurses in Attendance MISS DOWNS. Supervising Nurse SCIENTIFIC REDUCING MASSAGE LIVER AND GALL BLADDER DRAINAGE We Specialize in Scientific Colonic Irrigations If You Have Arthritis or Its Symptoms SEE US AT 137 Fifth St.. Miami Beach Phone 5-2445 MR. AND MRS. JAKE NEHAM And Family 218 nth st. MIAMI BEACH : i Wish All Their Friends and Relatives A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR joacsoesjaoooooococooooac SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR SCHRAGER'S SOUTH BEACH PHARMACY 04 Ocean Drive. Miami Beach Phone 5-9910 ROBERT J. WALLIS REAL LSI VIE -'20 Twelfth St. MIAMI BEACH SIN! EKE WISHES FOR A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR WALTER B. WILSON K 938 Lincoln Road REALTOR sp ERE WISHES vim A MOST HAPPY \ND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Miami Beach *59 list St. W F S N Y D E R CONTRACTOR Miami Beach



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; THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 27, Thli authoritative bird's-eye vie* ..I ih t >i ;ir 5695 was compiled bj the managing editor nf the Seven Artand la baaed mi uncontrovertible data. I he introductorj aurvej presents %  complete picture of the development "I Jewish life durini: the past year throughout the world.— The Editor. I!.-' : : %  istoni ol al I it %  : Eastit %  %  %  %  %  portant %  A LOTSPEICH I LOOKING ( 0. B" X. E. 36th St. i'h .in 2-s3.11 \ I 1 W. STIXXER XIRSERY S, \\ -ih St. and 20tli \ve. Ml \MI. 1 1 \. / WIF YOU / < A HAPPY NEW YEAR 1 \ i HOME 1 • Al To SUPPLY CO. 1756 S. VV. Mh St. Phone 2-8817 Stat nths as a ird in thi si thi S L't VII Switz: itus n the Jev %  J I %  L". S. S. R. %  %  %  al But map showing the '" lit mately jiopuat or economic | t both. The was pht carried N which at of 5( ed a an: n and %  wa? comul :. T Friet aggressin %  tics. 1 ;,:-.Sas %  %  ml %  % %  i La Gu rim ising a -•• to a ; %  %  i-Hil I ibt t t last %  BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MAGIC CITY ROOFING and SHEET METAL CO. Roofing .IIKI Sheet Metal Contractors Phone 2-6354 728 S. W. Sth St. MIAMI, FLA. SIN'i ERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR PERRY'S DAIRY B2fi X. \Y. Tenth Street Phone 2-7221 CLEAN MILK RAW or PASTEURIZED From VI) Own Tested Herd •:• i* -*4^" OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR T 1 tomers and Frit or>cc 20: A HAPPY NEW YEAR ^ I ALBERTS GARAGE fi j VI HUM SHROADS, I'rop. ( _'Ul!i \. \Y. First Court [ Wi i: ; Trucks ALL WORK GUAR VNTEED Phone 2-3537 .MIAMI. FLA. WALDORF'S STAR KOSHER MEAT and POULTRY MARKET 237 N. W. Fifth St. Phone :'.-22'.>: %  Catholic, Pr >ti Jewish leadership in dealing with .,; and religioua p< an ever before. It must rded that organized Jewry ia st:ll at odds. in policies and tac• etweet the Ami rican Jewish : the B'nai B'rith on : and the American ss and the Zionist n the other remained was two year ago. Ami rican Jewish tly gave up its I for a world Jewish i onany progrganizing American JewItii s, there was an unInuoua friction, attempt of the ss-Ziot t grou iphy of Jewish life upon the Jewry i:. inner. i'ue to economic necessity J t wish jjg* a number of cities through' (Continued on Page 23) i __ GREETINGS PAUL THE TIRE M\\ 973 W. Plagler St. MIAMI BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MAGIC CITY TRANSFER (0. 901 X. W. 5th Are. Phone 2-1072 A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YF.Al: TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS SEABOARD SMOKE SHOP and LIQUOR STORK 721 X. W 22nd St.—Opposite Seaboard Station implete line of imported ami domesAll advertised prices met. (live us a trial and First class bar in connect Phone 2-9955 i^To the Many Readers of This Paper We Extend Our HEARTIEST GREETINGS •vrMOORE FURNITURE CO. INC. N E2nd Ave at 40th St SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALWAYS DR1 :VK --?



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[Friday, September 27, 193f Adolf Hitler s 5695 By JOSEPH SALMARE THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN (Continued from Page 6) The last year also destroyed another illusion. It was generally beIjieved until then that while the IKill, i >ranir was using anti-Semit|i-m aa political stalking horse nnan people as a whole reIsented the barbarian methods of %  the Nazis. Incidents of physical [violence throughout Germany in [the cities and provincial districts leave evidence that the Nazi prop|aganda had borne fruit. The Ger[man people had been so thoroughly infected with the anti-Semitic Ivirus that large sections of them [carried out the wishes of Stretcher land Gix'bbels. Coincidentally with the persecution "t Jews, the Nazis turned the %  full force of their power against I holies. .Masons, the Staelholm and other groups believed [iikely to block the road toward the |Nazi authoritarian state. The reImtles." war on the Jews was par%  ai.eled by an equally rigorous drive | against other "enemies of the state." At the same time |lhe [German economy was being stead. undermined by the boycott and [i.y the tremendous expenditures for [armaments. While wages declined [to coolie levels the cost of living [mounted to new highs. Rumblings [of discontent began to be heard and strikes in various parts of the I country were not unusual. But the i mestic unrest and storm of foreign protests failed to sway the | Nazi regime. Even before the outbreak of the I renewed terror against Jews and Catholics the organization of the anti-Nazi boycott was pushed rigorously. German exports shrank i\ the vanishing point. The Reich's I attempts at barter failed. Apart from the boycott, the war against iHitlerism was carried on throughout the world by huge protest demmstrations and constant counterpropaganda. Most effective of all 'athe anti-Nazi movement in L'nited States, where organized and leaders of Catholics and %  I .nits co-operated wholelly. After nearly two years il constant hammering and pressure the state department in a statement to leaders of four national Jewish organizations finally I paw voice to :ts sympathy for the I Catholic and Jewish victims • >f the Nazi terror. The effort to move Olympic games from Berlin | gained terrific momentum when Catholics and Protestants joined the Jews in demanding that the United States should not participate in the games. The movement won the support of the president of the Amateur Athletic Union and many of the leading sporting writers. Overseas Nazi propaganda received important setbacks when Nazi parties were outlawed and .their leaders either deported or imprisoned. In this country the 'Nazi movement virtually collapsed following public exposure. There is, of course, no denying that the Communists in Germany 1 carry on the most effective subterranean mobilization of all foes of the Nazi regime. Newspapers and pamphlets were distributed by the millions. The Communists, in many instances, joined hands with the Catholics in their fight against Fascism, The a a m e undaunted fight against German Fascism was also carried on in other countries by the Communist party. Thus, in New York a huge demonstration on the SS. Bremen resulted in a diplomatic incident. The German government requested an explanation from the State Department and received in reply a statement which shifted all the blame to the officials of the German shipping company. These Communist activities are not mentioned because they form in any respect a part of the Jewish activity against Nazism, but because they have had, and most probably will continue to have, a far-reaching effect on the German situation. If one were to form a conclusion based on the development of the German situation during the past year one could not help but state that llitlerism, irrespective of its economic and political difficulties, has not been weakened. The hope that the end of the Nazi regime can be expected in the near future must IKgiven up. Raised to the rank of a great military power, (leimany is today stronger than at any time since the signing of the Versailles treaty. The persecuted racial, religious and political minorities in Germany are, as stated by Or. John Haynes Holmes, who made a personal survey of conditions, in a hopeless po. sition. Unless the governments of England, France and the United States will declare in unmistakable terms that the civilized world will not countenance the inhuman BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR CLYDE A. EPPERSON Certified Public Accountant INGRAHAM BUILDING Phone 2-:t2(i %¡ %  %  %  %  domestic policies of the German Reich the Nazi terror will not stop until it has reduced all non-Aryan and non-conforming elements to a state of complete submission. (Copyright, 1935, by Seven Arts Feature Syndicate) Page Twenty-one -<$> A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. M. GRIBBLE 41 N. W. 2nd St. A HAPPY NEW YEAR TINGLE PAINT CO. I!) S. W. First S(. Phone 2-5012 MIAMI'S FIRST EXCLUSIVE PAINT STORE MR. and MRS. RICHARD KIEHNEL Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR DO< >0 o SHIP BY BULL LINE Fast, dependable, economical, year-round steamship service. Regular frequent sailings to and from Port Everglades Philadelphia Fort Pierce Baltimore Norfolk Charleston < n < > f) < > <-) < %  > n < > <-> < > n < > r> < > o < > n< o u 0 t> iiiMitiiiiitiiiniiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiif. GREETINGS To Our Jewish Friends CAPT. AND MRS. GEO. F. 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riday. September 27, 1985 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN ROS H HASH ONO A New Year's Message By RABBI JULIUS WASHER Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation what does Page Thirteen R 0r ,h Hashono portend what significant lessage does it convey whence Ices it come I t is interestng to note that (he very phrase l Ro? h Hasho|, 0 is not even entioned in the Bible, in the five Books of Hoses. Therein Le simply finf [owing the Ishofar." The %  term "R<>*h Hashono" is not Jfound until the Id a y s of the Iprophet Ezekiel and years come in rapid succession, each an integral part of the past, present and future. Each day is devoted to the service of __ God and mankind. Thus he needs no New year whereon to make or renew resolutions, only 1" be again discarded after theHoly Days. The destruction of the Temple exemplified the eradication of the Jewish ideal. It meant that men disregarded the principles set forth by the Torah. False concepts and emphasis on mistaken ideals b e c a m all Their Jewish Friends Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR "GREETINGSEMERSON TIRE COMPANY l'. S. TIRE WAREHOUSE Northeast Second Ave. at Sixth St. Phone 2-5627 A LOCAL ORGANIZATION MEETING ALL COMPETITIVE PRICES Only U. S. Builds TIRES OF TEMPERED RUBBER ^IMIIMMIIMMIIIIIIIIirillllllllllllTllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIII'£ WE ARE HAPPY TO EXTEND NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR IjJ BANANA SUPPLY CO., INC. 3052 N. E. First Court Phone 2-4365 j ^illllllllllUMMIHI I^MIinilinilllllllllllllllllllllll lllllllllllllllllllll l lllllllllllllll i ^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU(IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII>II>. A HAPPY NEW YEAR SAYERS APARTMENT HOTEL A Home Away From Home Moderate Rates Newly Decorated 2728 N. E. 2nd Ave. Cor. 28th St. iji OOOCOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOOOOOO SINCERE WISHES for a A HAPPY NEW YEAR t|J J. G. HUNDLEY REALTOR 1661 Alton Road MIAMI BEACH 000OOO0O003O0G0O0000000O L. PICTORIAL CENTER, INC. SOUVENIRS, POSTCARDS AND NOVELTIES Also Foreign Postage Stamps and Albums GEO. HANDWERCK, Mgr. Phone 2-922S 148 N. E. First Avenue ffliiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiii niiitiHiHiniHiiiiii iimtmi miiimimiimiiiiiniiimiiiiiiiiiiiii uimtiiiii I mi| A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS j NEW YEAR I from the DAILY TRIBUNE I EAST COAST MATTRESS & UPHOLSTERING CO. | Furniture Repaired and Refinished Mattresses Renovated and Made to Order 984 S. W. Eighth St. Phone 2-6232 | fillllliilllillillllllllllllliii iiiiiiiiiiinii niiilllllllllli mil /? 1i 7 he Souths Smartest Newspaper 19 Greatest Circulation in South Florida OUR SINCERE WISHES To All for A HAPPY NEW YEAR ijl Make It Real Happy and Pleasant by Modernizing Your Home UP TO $2,000 Available for Any Home Owner NO DOWN PAYMENT! EASY AND CONVENIENT TERMS FROM 1 TO 3 YEARS TO PAY ft> Standard" JL MODERN BATHROOM • KITCHEN Beautiful as your LIVING ROOM N O shock when one steps into Bathroom or Kitchen of the MODERN home! They're just as beautiful as Living Room or Guest Chamber—fixtures designed as carefully as a 1935 Automobile—glowing color if desired —perfect in every function. If you are a lover of Beauty and Perfection, wo im itc you to see our ltatlirooins and Kitchen Sinks, by '&\audat d"> MARKOWITZ & RESNICK, INC. "The Plumbing Department Store" 839 W. FLAGLER STREET Phone 2-3153 -•niiiiiniiimmiiiiiiiii %  % % % % % % % % %  if „„ miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiimii mmimiiiiimiiiiii miiiiiiiiiiiiif



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K3ij&K hday, September 27, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Five HALL WE SOLVE THE PROBLEM 7 k t er vain thin 8 "" profit or deliver. Look well to A New Year Message By RABBI DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM Beth Jacob Congregation, Miami Beach |Anwe to remain Jews simply : Europe, but it is also a question Tausr it is necessary, or because of the Jewish culture and the Jewan inner desire to continue the ish spirit, lavish culture and spirit? This It is true that we are being made your souls ami consider your ads; forsake each of you his evil ways and thoughts, and return unto God, so that he may have mercy upon you." Moses Maimonides. WRITTEN AND SEALED the question B t each and |,. r y one of us lould ask him|lf a t the out„!' the New ptr. Standing ; the threshold I the New Year L t is about to >wn upon us, must realize Lit it' it is to rinir joy and ppiness, not 11 y to our|lve-. Iiut to |,i people, it u Palestine. We must first This, then, must become not mereall realize that the Jew cannot ly a dream, but a reality, for only Bil a full Jewish life of culture in this lies the salvation and the spiritual value in any other future of Jewish life. May God than in Palestine. The Jew grant, this year, the realization of today needs Palestine more than this, our only hope, for the future stinc needs him. It is not only of our Jewish spiritual life, and [question of economics, or of a may He grant us all a genuine ivon of refuge for those who are Happy and Prosperous New Year, hi en from various countries in I.ashonoh Tovah Tikosevu. GREETING TO ALL OUR FRIENDS MR. AND MRS. M. LIPOWSKY AND FAMILY Royal Apts Miami Heach &f \X\\\XX\XVX\\\XX\X\\\X-4 &f .xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxv '' A HAPPY NEW YEAR i 1 I £ ALTON ROAD MARKET J • 1885 Alton Road • > MIAMI BEACH > £ Phone 51894 £ y v\x\xxxxxxxx\xxx\xxx\x\* %  %  %  G. 0. REED, Inc. \ Engineers and Contractors m 1345 Twentieth Street %  %  MIAMI BEACH Q=3Q< >Q< BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE WISHES To Our Jewish Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR I Q=>OC DOC DOC DOC DO O SINCERE WISHES To All Our Jewish Friends for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR C L. and H. MILLER CO. "CONTRACTORS" I'M) Washington Ave. Miami Beach o h o Jesse P. Moittz %  %  GENERAL %  CONTRACTOR %  Have a "MONTZ-BILT" Home First National Bank Bldg. %  (til ice r.-lli.il 1 %  lti'il Alton Road B MIAMI BEACH %  [MEANING OF THE SHOFAR Biblical command to blow : JEWISH FEORIDIAN HUSHED EVERY FRIDAY l>y the fWISH KI.ORIDIAN PUBLISHING CO. I' (I li.,x rower Bids., Miami, Fin. Phone 2-6804 EDITORIAL OFFICES: w 16th Avenue Phone 1-1183 LOUIS SHOCHET. Editor p.li K. SHOCHET, Circulation Manager |j %  econd elaaa matter .Inly 4. %  Poal Office at Miami, Florida, \ i of March :i. 1879. SUBSCRIPTION Month* $1.00 "i l S J.IMI FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 27. ItSI Vol. H—No. 3 the Shofar on New Year's Day has a profound meaning. It says: "Awake, ye sleepers, and ponder your deeds; remember your Creator and no back to Him in penitence. Be not of those that miss realities in their bunt after shadows, and waste their yearin seekQ l" Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons: \ HAPPY NEW YEAR SPANISH VILLAGE PHARMACY 1446 Washington Ave. MIAMI BEACH FLORIDA'S FOREMOST KOSHER BUTCHER Extends to All Jewry Sincere Wishes for a Happy New Year SUNSHINE KOSHER MARKET 436 Collins Ave. h^XN\\\\\\\\X\X\%\\\\XX\X%\\X\\\\\\> MIAMI BEACH '< "Watch for Our Opening Announcement Soon" >\X\\\\\\\\\X\\\\\\\X\X\\\\\N\\\V



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• n -•. TBK JEWISH FLOEID1AI* Fridaj, Sepwmber 2T :JUr"THE TIME FOR INTROSPECTION" The Land ot Our People \ Xe Year Me-ize B;. BABI ] %  %  Tai %  %  RABBI ISRAl -• • % %  US to American he TEN KAVOD LE'Aln SIMCHAH L'ARTZECH*! BRING GLORY TO THE HOUo ISRAEL THROUGH TH EMPTION OF THE l. A y OF IS %  %  :t • %  s IL: I : ss.ng %  the J : — %  i% %  -:• %  • %  :AR %  %  FRANK K. ALLEN & SON MILLWORK 1 %  • %  72 X. E. 2-th St. JEWISH SALESMAN WANTED The Mutual Benefit Life fo, Co. of N .-. irk, N. J., %  companiei SUK 15. :•: :: %  • g a:. | %  -• per year. ] L Sykes, I 2-5078. f nt. 1514 / fa %  1 HERMAN HAASE STUDIO 2%J s. \v. nth St. ,*. fulC i CORAL GABLES DRESS SHOP MRS. I M. GLASS MRS. I El IA SMITH -making' of thiFinesl 201 I I'once de Leon Blvd. • Ural Gables Mlllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllli = BEST WISH = = A HAPPY NEW | VICTOR J. TATHAM: = REALTOR | CONGRESS BLDG. j = MIAMI 1111111111111111111111111111111111 %  NEW YEAR JUREITS BAKERY ler St. Miami. Florida NEW YEAR GREETINGS To Our .Many Friends "TtaL Oicrss i&xu^ Si E. 1 rilt V 1 .. t. ". I 'il! \ HAPIM NEW } I. VR T. li. McGAHEY MOTOR CO., Inc. Hi:', -I li; and IMA MOI III 193(1 X. E. Second AM-. MIAMI, I LORIL THE TABLE SUPPLY STORES QUALITY FOODS LOWER PRICES PAGE FENCE ASSOCIATION E. I. HOLMES 2291 Glenroyal Parkwaj MIAMI. FLA. OCR SIN EVISHES for A HAPPY NEW TEA! MIAMI AWNING CO. 1864 S. W. -th St. I 'hem. 2f r STANLEY BECKERMAN WILLIAM DROSD 699 Palm Ave. HIALEAH, FLA. 01 li SINCERE WISHES 11 r a HAPPY AND I'ROSPEROl S NEW 1 EAR WITTERS CONSTRUCTION CO. 171", S. W. 0th St. Miami. Florida SIX! RE WISHES FOR A HAITI MAN YEAR SOUTH FLORIDA LIQUOR DISTRIBUTORS Inc. ( HAS. A. O'NEIL, Pres. Distributors of HIRAM WALKER'S PRODUCTS 1 S. Miami Ave. Phone 2-2262 BESl WISHES. I > "? MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIHIIMIII = A HAPPY NEW YEAS I §MR. and MRS. JOE PERLM** | of JOE'S BAR AND SANDWICH SHOP 1052 Niscayne BM. TlllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIMIIIIIM



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^M|_ %  Friday, September 27, 1935 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Twenty-three The Jewish Year By BERNARD POSTAL (Continued from Page 4) lountry became more centralized. lYoiikt'i' organizations and institu,„ns leased to exist or were compelled by necessity to merge with ItronRi'r ones at the same time [hat all ,(,cal Jew sn efforts were 1,-cirdiiiaU'd in city-wide councils In many parts of the country. Canadian Jewry, until last year l| W aya reluctant to follow AmerL an Jewish principles, finally succumbed to the greater experience 1 iouthern neighbor. It esLlili.-hed a national conference of l.ws and Christians and consoli|. lU .,l its Jewish non-Zionist lummuiial activities along lines uge in the United States. hile French-Canadian anti-SemitL groups continued to publish a lumber of anti-Jewish scandal I he responsible elements, %  inler the leadership of Henri Boulii-.-a, joined the Jewish groups, %  u-i aa the other Catholic groups Ihinucliout the world, in fighting I"ainst the common enemy of Fas%  iinHitler's shadow over South Imerica and Mexico provided many |ark days for the Jews of Latin imerica. The Cold Shirts of Maxgave Mexican Jewry a slight iste of llitlerism, while in Brazil %  mi Argentina Fascist movements lut only terrorized the Jewish popllutie.il, Imt forced the governments become less hospitable to Jewkh immigration. Nevertheless, Lrge settlements of German Jewkh refugees were established in Ltiii America, notably in Brazil, Jl-.ile. Peru and Paraguay. A numm of new Jewish papers and inlitutions sprang up in Latin Imerica, where the Jewish settleents are now reaching the same %  upied by American Jewry generations ago. East European Jewry's plight, Bthmnrh overshadowed in the pubL mind by the German tragedy, Imained as ominous as ever be fore. In Poland, Polish Jews continued to be faced with the alternative of starvation or emigration, to the hopeless status of economiccollapse. Though sporadic outbreaks of violence were combatted by the government, nevertheless a feeling of physical insecurity remains. The death of Marshal Pilsudski, the Polish rapprocheiment with Germany and the adoption of the new authoritaI nan constitution made the Jewish i position even more precarious than a year ago. In Roumania, Hungary, Lithuania and Greece Jews were the playthings of the various political factions and had to be satisfied with protecting as far as possible their naked lives. The Picture of Jewish life in these countries was not only sombre but continued subject to almost daily change, depending on political conditions. Austrian Jewry, under the regime of Schuschnigg and Starhemberg, did not experience any new outbreaks, but was forced to submit silently to rigid discrimination in the academic and professional as well as governmental spheres. The anticipated return of the Hapsburgs was viewed by Austrian Jewish leadership as the dawn of a better day. Because of the close political union between the present Austrian government and Italy, llitlerism was held in check in Austria. Under the peaceful administration of President Masaryk, who under no circumstances would countenance any racial or religious discrimination, although there was one outbreak of anti-Semitic violence in Prague and the new electoral law was regarded as menacing to Jewish rights. In Turkey the nationalistic regime showed itself hostile to Zionism, while at the same time it did nothing to end the dangerous anti-Jewish agitation in Thrace. England, regaining her mental equilibrium with the stabilization of her economic position, administered a setback to Sir Oswald Mosley's Black Shirts. The past year transformed England's Fascist anti-Semitic movement into nothing more than a political farce and, although the Mosley groups continued their activities, they no longer represent a real danger. It must also be noted that England, in accordance with her proverbial ho-pitality, played host to many German Jewish intellectual refugees and opened for them avenues in the literary, theatrical and mo' tion picture fields. The British government, disregarding the many attempts by Arab nationalists to weaken the Balfour Declaration further, succeeded in keeping a safe balance in Palestine affairs. Palestine continued to enjoy economic prosperity, and increased its economic absorptive capacity to a great extent. It is estimated that over 40,000 Jewish immigrants settled in Palestine during the year, and that German Jewish refugees brought in a capital of over $45,000,000. Arab-Jewish relations have been stabilized, because of the vigorous and wise policy of High Commissioner Wauchope. Not so rosy is the picture in 11 aii. Afghanistan and Persia. In these countries one has to record attempts by the natives and their various administrations to force the Jewish population into a ghetto life. Excesses and physical assaults were reported, and the dan(Continued on Page 24) DC >o< >o< SINCERE WISHES for HAPPY AND PROSPER NEW YEAR 0 o 0 'ROSPEROUS y V n M i. 1111 n i n iiliiNiiriiiinmiir 0 A HAPPY NEW YEAR LA SAI.I.E BEAUTY SHOP All Branches of Beauty Culture 211 Seybold Bldg. 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Fridy. September 27, 1936 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN St. Petersburg New Year services at Congregatjon B'nai Israel, 1039 Arlington ave., Alexander S. Kleinfeld, Rabbi, for Rosh Hashonoh eve, September i!7th, begin at 8 o'clock. The rabbi will deliver a short New Year's meting Saturday. Morning serv,,.j begin at 8:30. The sermon I subject is "Israel's New Year." Saturday night services begin at 0 o'clock. Sunday morning at g:30, when the sermon will be "The Shifti'itf Scenes of Life." The members of the choir are Oscar Silverman, Jerome Silverman and Corine Silverman, Buddy Sweet, Tybie Kothblatt, Jennie Sierkesc, Dina Bernstein, Hazel Abrams, Abrams and William Abrams, Kern Goldberg and Jerome Goldberg, Philip Benjamin and Irene Jacobs. Mr. Ilyman Jacobs, the president of the congregation, will take charge of the shachris and offi;,••• :n the morning services. Mr. and Mrs. Rubin Tannenbaum •iic the happy parents of a new jlllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllljBEST WISHES for a = | HAPPY NEW YEAR | born son. The Bris took place September 24th. Mr. Dayon of Tampa was the Mohel. The parents of Mr. Tannenbaum of Savannah, Ga., attended the Brith and will remain over the holidays in this city. Mr. and Mrs. L. Esrick were the quaters, Mr. J. Miller Sandek, and the other honors were shared by all present. On the first day of R 0 h Hashonoh William Abrams will be Bar Mil/.va. II,. will chant the Haftoro and deliver an address on "Revivalism," which will be followed by a short admonition by the rabbi. Tic synagogue will be fittingly decorated, as it will mark the first New Year celebration in the new edifice, Rosh Mashono will be ushered in at Temple Beth El Friday evening, when Rabbi Rothstein will preach on "Why a Jewish New Year?" Saturday morning the rabbi will preach a sermon on "The Jewish Philosophy of Life." Special services at theses Holy Daywill he conducted by Rabbi Rothstein, who assumed his pulpit du! ties last week. Page Forty-three Tampa Notes Services at Rodoph Sholom Cong, for Rush Hashono begin tonight. The Junior and Senior Choirs will assist the Rabbi in chanting the prayers. A special prayer will be recited in memory of Rabbi Abraham Kook. Satinday morning .Mr. David Stein will cl ant the Shachris and Rabbi Burger will chant the Musat', assisted by the choirs. The rabbi will preach on "The Synagogue." Sunday the rabbi will pleach mi "The Call of the Shofar." legation; treasurer of the Florida Conference of Orthodox and Conservative Rabbis and Laymen. The Young Men's Hebrew Association is making plans for the Yom Kippur night dance, full details of which will be announced next week. MR. and MRS. M. H. KISLER of Tampa, Fla., Extend Best Wishes to All for a Very Happy New Year DAVID STEIN Prominent Pioneer Jewish Leader. President of Rodoph Sholom ConI <%xxxxx\xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxv I K. E. L. CHANCEY MAYOR of TAMPA. FLA. 1* SEASON'S GRKKTIXGS From BENTLEY-GRAY DRY GOODS CO. Established 1H99 Dry Goods Furnishing Goods Notions WHOLESALE ONLY | § pj TAMPA, FLA. = %  = %  Recognized Headquarters ill a lor Reliable Merchandise for 3

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iKn .lav. September 27, 1035 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Thirty-nine HISTORY MUST GUIDE US A New Year Message By DR. CARL N. HERMAN Rabbi, Beth Israel Congregation, Weal Palm Beach, Fla \. we, the Jrwish people, past ,. .tin-1New Year we arc re, with great emphasis that .,. an historical tradition. history OCCUa prominent • curricumr religious That is beJew and ; •_ %  ion have a IUS b a c Ithistory. once our f formal reli: atiotl arc ieem ti> the historical p in cut of the life of our people. It is part of a thread which runthroughout our history and one which certainly shown Bigns of fraying, even in spite of all the horrors of i internporary Jewish history in Germany and elsewhere. "intask itwo, to asour brethren in their d and :, I o look and with virus ide for tin' sponl o w a r d of 118 who suffer because they are he quickened by the realverted from their present tendency to the position of bygone years where they were principally houses of Jewish learning and inspiration. We have had an excess of the utilisation of the pulpit for purposes the predominant interest of which is to entertain and attract instead of to inspire and compel. If the Jewish pulpit is to be merely informative along literary, dramatic, semi-Bcientific or other secular it would do better to yield ;'place to other cultural agencies which are less expensive and more effective. Our rabbis should he special uch religious ideals piritual it ream of il flowed from the Bible all I |uent Jewind effort. The Jews have been calli d the people of the Book. If .. till thai hould which we i where we boast of what our fathers did without being able to Co-operate with your rabbis and ither leaders of Jewish educational speak of what we have added by [effort and yours will be the sati.sto their | faction of having saved the precious heritage of your people to bless the world further with spiritual inspiration and ethical aspiraI ion. we are the Too many of our adults, Jews wi .many of our lay leaders, ization that we are here and they knowledge <>f Jewish hisare there because of historical acrhich ends with .Moses. This cidetit largely. • nf earnest attempts which In preparing for the future and ing made in the field of ducation. An historical people needs to know its whole history if it would wisely provide for its future. The genen part is not one isolated from mi current of Jewish history. I Ue are an integral part of it. The .! hour writes but another chapter in the great and endless volume which tells the story of lew. Tin crises in Jewish affairs around the world today remind us keenly of these facts. Rosh Ha-hanah this year will find us thinkfinite terms of our relaof Jewish history. Hitnot a new phenomenon in in solving our problems let us not be stampeded into adopting panaceas suggested by false prophets. May the coming year find us imbued with the faith and trust in ation of Jewry of which we God which historically has been the weapon upon which we have relied successfully. May our historical consciousness be stimulated toward a finer personal knowledge of our history, in order that we may properly evaluate the solutions offered. May the New Year find written in the annals of Jewish history the account of a generation id' our people, fully awaro that religion and religion alone is significant in Jewish life. A Happy New Year to our brethren a Happy Spiritual New Year. way of a contribution achievement. Accordingly, I plead for an increased Jewish interest. Let US keep in mind that we are intended by Divine appointment to be a light of spiritual illumination and leading to the nations. It is a glorious privilege. We can only be true to the challenge of that call if we keep the light of that torch aglow fed by the fervor of our faith flowing from the ever increasing fount of our knowledge. It is generally true that a little knowledge is a dangerous thing. In Jewish life a little kilo'. is a tragic th ng. It means the hazarding of a holy heritage that has cosl so t remendous in life ami that "id. nee or :.cl careles i d consent to see it jeopardised. r" A HAPPY NEW YI:.\I: SEVENTH AVE. FURNITURE CO. ills \. \Y. 7th AM-. Phone 2-032 1 v> be proud. It can be extensively maintained with truthfulness that we have given the Hook, the Bible, to the world. Christianity lias pro. | miMiillllllllllllllllllllllllilllliiiiiiii.il moted knowledge of it in waynot ^ always acceptable to us, more than s LENA A I.F.MAN we have. We must parallel this with an exposition of it in keeping with the spirit of Jcwi.-h tradition. We cannot do this unless we make it a possession of popular knowledge as well as of our professional specialists. Time was when knowledge of things Jewish wacommon in Jewish life. This has been growing increasingly uncommon. It were a tragic anticlimax to our career if we ever reached the point towards which too many have already drifted, Extends Best Wishes = for 1 A HAPPY NEW YEAR = The Need of a Jewish Revival Bj l)|{. EV. ED. NE'EMON is need of a revival and ration of Jewish interest. The World requires increased Bpiritual stimulus. Every organized n must do its part and contribute its share. The Jew can only I*' true to his duty in the sitif he increases his knowledge of Jewish ideals and values. 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riday. September 27, 1935 THE JKWISH FLORIDIAN THE FEAR OF GOD A New Year Message By RABBI ALEXANDBB S. KLEINFBLD Congregation B'nal Israel, st. Petersburg, Florida firm A'donoy the Fear of Page Twenty-nine The Talmud contains the follow%  anecdote! Rabbi Jochanan ben kkai was ill. then his schol| to vishim they Is k < d for a Kssing, which b rabbi pro"May i fear of .vcn be upon ju even as the aroi flesh and %  I." S u r by the Insularity of 8 phrase, :tcivcl by so ninent a teachthey asked |m, "Is this • "Would to I oil," replied |( sage, "that might be so; for when one is Lut t<> sin, he looks about him |r fear that some man might see |m; so that if you have the fear : within you as you have the ir of mere flesh and blood, you always realize that God's eye lupon you, and you will bo saved om transgression." The moral conveyed to us by I pie anecdote should find a %  ponse in every heart. We fear |eeyes of man when we are about commit an act unworthy of ourb we cannot bear to meet p h of those who are, like U -, mere mortals, and avoid do tlie wrong for fear of the || rium which the world atchea to sin. If I want to obtain favor of a man in power, lowing that he hates falsehood calumny, I will be heedful to I him with a statement of Jute reliability. At the same %  let us not Buppose that the of man is a trait that we l"uii eliminate from our daily e; on the contrary, it is a whole> tue which checks many an lil and prevents many a crime. fii-Lord has given us a beautiful ten which is inherent in our |ysical nature, so noticeable thai ns thoughts of self-esteem, % • ma ward blush of shame when lything wrong is charged to him. pt when he can listen to effrontery without blushing you may be "•rtain that his character is on the decline. On these reverential days let me direct your attention to the solemn words of Holy Writ "Fear not for in order to prove you, did God come and for the sake that his fear might be before you, that ye sin not." (in 11, neb God appeared to test our hearts, whether we are willing to observe His precepts. If man is conscious of the presence of God whenever the opportunity for transgression offers itself, if he is convinced that though no human eyes see to condemn him, that though no human shame attaches itself to his conduct, yet he cannot escape the shame before the Lord, he will surely hesitate in his intended wrongdoing and gather strength and will not sin. There will arise before his mind the hour of judg| ment, the reward for good and the 1 penalty for evil which the Torah j promises to every living soul. ^ ou will thus see how wise was the prayer of the dying rabbi with which he blessed his disciples; how wholesome it would be were we to dread offending Cod as much as we fear to incur the shame of man. When we combine a decent deference to the opinion of the world in indifferent matters with a thorough fear of God, we cannot easily go astray. Let US do things that are pleasing to God, then these things will surely be asceptable to man. So may we approach this solemn season in the presence of a merciful Father, not the awful Judge, who will grant unto us His blessings and paternal protection wherever he may dwell. Let the New Year bring good tidings to all suffering humanity is the fervent prayer of every member of the house of Israel. BES1 WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR J M. HARRISON 701 Security Hldg. r lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll^ SINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR | |CAI I. is F()R ESTIMATES = CLIFF ELECTRIC I COMPANY Inc. 110 Seybold Arcade Phone 2-234K "IIH IIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIII IIIIIIIIIIrBEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. BLOW TITLE CO. ABSTRACTS 318 Seybold BUg. Phone .1-1521 HflfflMlJUflAvfVlfrSjP. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR i fiu mm nim i] l W. I). MURPHY TERMITE CO. "Get the Best, Forget the Rest" TERMITE ERADICATION—WOOD PRESERVING 100 N. E. 24th St. Phone 2-4307 BEST WISHES TO OUR JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR "Where Food Price* Are Mde" Over 3,000 Items for Your Selection MIAMI'S COOLEST AND NEATEST FOOD STORES 1463 S. W. 8th St. No. Miami Ave. and 19th St. RENUART LUMBER YARDS, Inc. "Everything to Build Anything" CORAL GABLES MIAMI SHORES COCONUT GROVE i Iwi rnTrrrrnrm ml IfflramniLLUJ | Ha iiiiiiiiriTTJj iirmirnirmB



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Paee Thirty-eight TH1 JEWISH FLORIDUN Friday, SptmW tf SPIRITUAL RESERVES A Kosh Hashono Message By RABBI DAVID L. ZIELONKA Congregation Schaarai Zedek, Tampa. Florida in due minds PHI BETA DELTA OFFICERS ful and : %  Bui %  %  %  courage in th<' faro ci disaster. %  : %  %  %  u B 1 i idfastness for an ideal. tress the; a been ii tual ha I i lualil withion. From th< icked abiding faith in the love and justice ol God. Thi.. • and %  a It unto from t he-ir Officers of the Phi Beta Delia Fratemitj at the I nlveralty of Florida in Gainesville. This is one <.f the leading Jewish fraternities in the country. Reading from left to right, top. are Maurice Cromer of Miami, secretarj: Uvin Caaaell of Miami Beach, president; center, from lefl to right, arc Joe << %  Safer of Jacksonville, treasurer, and Harrj Lasris of Jacksonville, clerk; bottom, from lefl to right, are Leonard Pepper of Daytona Beach, vice-president, and Bennetl Applebaum of Miami, marshal. Q Mr. and Mrs. Moses I' a ||„ and BRIDGE BAR 456 W. Flanler St. Extend to All H,.-t Wi-h !" f„. A HAPPY NEW V -* nil I I lllliiaii tii M ,ii|^ BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. D. H. FOSSEY REAL ESTATE 1825 Biscavne Hlvd MIAMI ^iiiiHiiiiiiinmiiiimiimiimmiMlllliliiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiui •' .... stea %  11 I iel: Tl %  Lord : •;. :" our %  .. i %  •. i draw %  ... find our tw er w th couragi %  a1 '.ems, we shall I e assun d a : '. S NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS CARL SHOLTZ ( OMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE BONDS Tels: 2-1607—2-5400 Safe Deposit Bldg., 139 N. E. First St. oooooooooooooooooooooeoe o o o t> o 0 o o o <> o a o o o a a o o o 0 o • o o o "Where Service and Qualo o ity Reign Supreme" o O iOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOCOO Best Wishes to All for a HAPPY NEW YEAR PIG TRAIL INN Inc. HERB FRINK \ HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRY GOLDSTEIN CO. Crtificd I'uhlir Arrounlanlft Tax < onoultanta 1601-3 Congress Bldg. PhoM 1-2137 ^IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIHi %  BES1 WISHES POR \ UAPPi NEW YEAR = %  I a. I %  BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ill E. E. BAKER CONTRACTING CO., INC. PLASTERERS 2236 N. W. Miami Court Phone 2-5453 TIP~TOP BALDWIN INSURANCE AGENCY Incorporated WRITING EVERY LINE OF INSURANCE = i i i = i CLARK & SON POULTRY and EGG CO. 20!) 1 N. W. 7th Ave. MIAMI AAiAAAl'S MARKET CENTER. sri = Seybold Building Miami. Fla. r %  %  %  %  %  TWO SUPER FOOD STORES 27 N. W. 5th St. and W. FlaglerSLat 13th Ave. ;iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii7giiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini 1111 %  i • i %  11 %  111 %  %  111 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini% | SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AS\> = PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR = § i CLUB BAGDAD and TOM WILLIAMS AMERICAN OIL COMPANY // is lies its many valued patrons A HAPPY NEW YEAR ^ niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinnmii nun mil imiiiimii mini! "From Maine to Florida



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' THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, Septem^r % Strictly Confidential Tidbits From Everywhere B) I'lllM. \s .1. BIRON ROSN HASHANAH We are introducing to you Rabbi Abraham H. [sraelitan, who, in order to girt ua chance to go to Synagogue, haionalj onsented to be our guesl columnist. Rabbi Israelitan haexcavated a numiur nf interesting facts al>.>ut Rosh Hashanah and i t < % %  <• Dnlj too happy tu g|v< you hiprecious jewels of Jew i-h know led] I I MIGHT IN II Kl SI YOI in l\\< M THAT: I.ilmud records thai i Rosh Hashana morning far %  1-"Undt-d the Roman aubelieving that these urn's h.>rn were sis. Jewish uprising, called lurth their soldiers, who imine• d • he Jen i-h popula 11 %  • everj .' %  -. th< R /. bid. .1 Babj Ionian scholthe fourth century, declared thai one ran foretell thr weather MI ihe iu year bj means of Ko-h H inah. If thai holiday is a "arm jear; if it is i indicates a cold j ear. %  rature e find Ihal Rosh Igment. \. .. v ich '.I'd judges r • und in the Mishna, Jewish laws hich as written by the .ludah th < re in t he i Itj three > xpert Won • the Shofar. When Rosh Hashanah arri(> %  %  .1 \< h>oN\ ii.i.i; I LAKELAND %  WEST PALM BEAI II %  BEST WISHES TO AL1 PATRONS FOR A HAPP1 NEW v EAR LOUIS, YOUR HAIRDRESSER 231 Halcyon Arcade No. 1 MIAMI. FLORIDA IT IS OUR PLEASURE TO EXTEND TO ALL OL'R JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROBBINS ROOFING & SHEET METAL CO. Inc. 222 N. W. 26th St. PhoM 2 -3705 SIDNEY H. PALMER President of PALMER'S ••.Miami's Finest Shoe Sum" Exten Is Best v\ Ji v. %  j : t A HAPPY NEW YEAR .—* -. I | la — PALMER'S AnExclusive tgenti in Miami fur "Walk-Over-." "Natural Bridge," "HumanicV 'Standish" and "Fortune" SHOES FOR MEN "Walk-Overs," "Natural Bridge," "Palmmode." "Save Arch." "Ye Old Tyme Comfort" SHOES FOR WOMEN Mickey Mouse — 9rj Rider's and Red Goose Shoes FOR CHILDREN All Nationally Known! All Nationally A Ivertfaei •Miami's Finest Shoe SW MR. AND MRS. SAMUEL J. SPECTOR and the SPECTOR CONSTRUCTION CO. 479 N. W. Fourth St. CONTRACTORS AND BUILDERS 'JL' Extend to All Sincer-; Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR = "" iiiimmiiiimiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini IIIIIII i SINCERE WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY AN'D PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR -MIAMI MONUMENT CO., INC. MARBLE AND GRANITE MONUMENTS MAUSOLEUMS ll.J^? t I % %  I S Office and Showroom | 3253 S. W. Eighth St. Miami, Florida """ MUlllllll i mum IIUIIIIIUIIMH



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THE JEWISH FI.ORHHAN Friday, September 27 Itt Task and Challenge B) BERNARD SBMEL Page B i • ichooli tie facilities and the time .part some fair measure of their pupils. There thi : %  learn thei 1 the Helanguage. Tr the esind significai traditions, usl %  and cei nu-thing uf the inspii : of ".heir race; they are imbued with an understanding, an interest, and a concern for the and aI of their people. Thi type ich "'1 which takes in the next largest number of the approx 225,000 children who some sort of Ji wish education is the Sunday )f the total ar< •> %  %  %  'his type. the name indicates, .week h ols attached to a synag .-• >r a temple. Unlike -inday Jews from 1 %  ii the 1 i i ties the: scl ill %  -.'. rk. [f thi: .mount it in • able amount l on. Thi y arl and mind • that is alii humilitj their %  '' %  all du I 1 he •' Sund I >ol, it canif the %  at may • The 30,0 ren at%  laj it ••. ha\ %  hearts f those 1 A HAPPY NEW YEAR BROWN'S POTATO CHIP & PRETZEL CO. \!.K and RETAIL 1100 S. \V. Mh St. Phone 2-9757 :sh edu %  %  i lerati n. It seculai that is paros also y • lewish child • .. ulum a urn of his Hi ..::• ..". %  aining. %  > the | atn %  re the ir and the Jewish are inte: and harmonized. Ir. New York thei voth have becomi tegral part of Jewish education. Many parents l whom the Jewish education of their children is a matt,: if tremendous import, prefer to send their children to thesi schools. There are today some 5.000 chil' lit in them. There remains to be added B total of probably 20,000 to 25.000 children who are receiving instrucj in thi American j l-timi I heder,! pleti pi ture in its sal%  ••• vary, of ourse, .: eai ; %  in size. The averagi %  • %  %  appi ximately l > It 120, that 800 Sunday schools, B 100. The tots 1 cimately $6, of which i ma, I ion, i %  %  t. is del m tuition • %  harity centi al agei hilanthropic federations, and, if New York, thi ation. Jewisl • al ionAmei is living on a depn regime, and the under it have been teachers. Few people are ^.< 1111111111111111111111111111111111111111111 li£ = A HAPPY NEW YEAR § | ELITE BUILDERS, Inc. 1 = E. P. FR1IS, Pres. E 167 N. E. •"• %  %  Hi Ter. i = Phone Bdgewater 1322-J = ~llllllllimilllllllllllllllllllllllllllMII~ &f \XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX*, > • BEST WISHES / > / ', ', ', ERY HAPPY NEW YEAR* < SOUTHERN DRY DOCK / / / AND STORAGE ight of the %  \ .. been disproi posil %  %  this he his ] si with patier. policy, to ctent that it i %  .f the fact that the teacher, harassi "• ssed, cannot effect barge his duties to IJi wish teacher has completely forgot:' al! our forgotten men. At time, credit and grati: be denied to the many members of the local boards of Jewish schools throughout the country, who have borne their responsibilities with courage and self-sacrifice. The organized women's groups, attached to most of the schools, have been of great help to thci in tiding ove. the gency. The America! Jewish community neand women wh 1 tn "f Jewish educatio ai s] ei ial study and make the problem of Jewish ition an object of special itude. They must it the key to our future. in it the key to the tual integrity of our children. tee in it a holy task hallenge. Editor's Note—In Florida the situation is even more appalling. In some of the cities instruction, the little there is of it. is being given by men who are absolutely devoid not only of pedagogical training, hut of an elementary knowledge of Hebrew. The reading of Hebrew as taught by these gentlemen is such that perhaps it would be better that the rhildMn went untaught. In the Sunday schools the teachers, as a rule, know nothing Of tradition, history, grammar etc.. and what is perhaps eVfn worse, flaunt their very rJefj. ance of Jewish traditions i„ the face of their small „ upi | s This is true in some of th t larger cities as well. Something should be done i„ e |i m inate this constant creation 0 [ "iirnoramuses." Perhaps ih e easiest way would he for ou rabbis (those who know their work and believe in education) to get together and map out a statewide plan. -_r>o< >oc DO< •xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx\, 1 BEST WISHES for A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SISTRUNK, INC. Manufacturer f Venetian Blinds 314 (oral Way Evergreen '{I") BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR COCONUT GROVE AWNING CO. F. J. NEWCOMB, Prop. 3826 Mary St. Bayview 569 z>o< A HAPPY NEW YEAR BLUE BOWL CAKE & PASTRY SHOP MRS. ECKERT 1559 S. W. 8th St. Wishing All A HAPPY NEW YEAR EQUITABLE LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETY 1st Nat'I Bank Bldg. Phone 2-0721 < > !•>< %  Z>CK



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Page Six THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Friday, September A Comprehensive review and chronological table of the German Jewih tragedy written and compiled In an authoritative observer.—The Editor. There was not a sincle official of the German government who with the antiS e in i t i c policy sponsored by Stretcher and Go. and carried !" "^ ~ re nnly ,,,,,.,,,^,.,1 to conhibited. In other words, German Jews were driven to a me ehetto life. That the "scientific" anti-Semitet of Germany were benl not merely on driving the Jews from high positions, but were determined to drive them OUt of the country became clear. Schools and training farms established by German Jews with funds raised abroad for the economic adjustment and •nation of German Jewish out by thousands of lesser officials. The browi fa bThe interpretation of Dr. Hjalmar ntinu to clutch the Scha (it's address last July as throat fGen an; n 6695 meaning that the minister of ecowarned his Nazi i of thi program was merely another piece an ei rhe Gern an Jewish question still defies all solution, %  ; in the course ist yea that the Hitler realize the futility anti-Jen policj If tinue with the strict understanding that their graduates would leave mntry. The German government pave indications that it would even be ready to co-operate on any scheme intended to accelerate the Halcyon Arcade No. 2 Phone 2-2818 >oc =>oc any further studies. The theatre and motion picture industries eliminated all non-Aryans. More than that, imported films starring Jewor written by Jews were prothat the bi iwn danger manner as to dithem from i and that Hitler had iiiwho believed during the %  augurated a new policy toward the ided rel igees retun N'aziland and were quick ncentration amp In th( latter part 01 • %  %  entin world would never give Up its anti-Semitic program and the Jews of Germany were d unless %  %  !p became a able. SINCERE GREETINGS AND WISHES for a IIAI'l"! NEW YEAH OWEN'S QUALITY POULTRY AM) EGG COMPANY Direct From Our Farm By Our Own Trucks 1:!.',.-, \. W. 7th Ave. Ml VMI. II. \. A HAPPY NEW YEAR i PICTORIAL CENTRE Inc. 118 N. E. First Ave. SOUVENIRS POSTCARDS and NOVELTIES • • i \ i GREETINGS For •"''••" GREENLAWN SOLARIUM & (LINK I'hysio-Thera: 605 S. \Y. .")th Ave. Phone 2-0332 A HAPPY NEW YEAR GLADYS ADAMS BEAUTY SHOP (Finger Wave 35c Shampoo 35cJ 'Permanent Wav<—Special $3.(1 1 V II. BRANCHES OF BEAUTYi CULTURE 7 E. Flagler St. 1 1 (ver (Iran:' i Phone 2-67B3 BEST WISHES j Allied Printing Trades Council of Greater Miami Kxtends cordial New Year's GREETINGS to the Jewish people and invites their cooperation in promoting better economic and social conditions by having this label ••'.:. -.Used on all printing they purchase or issue. Hy doing so, they would conform to the enviable records of Jewish trade unions and individual Jewish trade union members, who almost universally anamong the most progressive, aggre-sive. ( Zealous and loyal among the I rank.of organized labor. BENTON G. TAYLOR, Pi esident, A. J. PRIPP, Secretary, secretary, Q Of A. P. T. C, Of Miami, Ela. %  i Union, o Printing A %  l.ll T\ iMHriKhll. I :o o o for a HAPPY NEW VKAU PACKARD MIAMI MOTORS. INC. Packard Hudson Terraplane 1710 N. E. 2nd Ave. /X\\\\\\\X\X\\\X\\\\\\\\* SINCERE GREETINGS a HAPPY NEW YEAR I a nrmTrinrrj i HIRSCH-FAl TH. Inc. EXCLUSIVE FURNITURE Interior Decorators and Importers Biscayne Blvd. at 14th Ter. Phone 2-."i(ili MIAMI When Hitler's foreign polioachieved marked successes and the rearmament program was legalized by the great powers, Jews, far from participating in this so-called re-entry of Germany into the coterie of treat powers, were clearly told that they do not belong. The military conscription law explicitly haired Jews, but in case of war they were to be permitted to serve as ditch diggers. Germany tried nvince the world that Jews could never he patriots in their adopted fatherlands. (Continued on Page 21) MR. and MRS. MORTON FAG AN and Daughter SUNSHINE of the Palatial Kosher Restaurant 265 N. E. Second Street Extend to All Their Friends and Patrons Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ELDER FAN CO 25 N. W. 3rd St. Phone 2-6.">0| (oolair. Eihaunt and Vtl •iliti>, A HAPPY NEW YEAR BART A. RILE? Seybold Bldg. A HAPPY NEW YEAR YUTTS' BARBER SHOP "Air Conditioned" 151 S. E. First St. I'hone 2-92H2 6oei>O0oo


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tember 27. 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Fifty-three Caliente," First National's a offering, with Dolores Del B nil Pat O'Brien in the stellar starts Sunday at the Tivoli i nv It contains three big and dance numbers entitled ." "Lady in Red" and thacha." it O'Brien portrays an ultra \ I magazine editor who hlliant but inebriated a larjre cif the time. He gets mixed jith ;i chiseling blonde, so his I, v, i kidnaps him and takes |to Caliente to try to sober him Glorious Shirley Temple is here again in her new Fox Film picture, "Our Little Girl," which starts its engagement Sunday at the Seventh Avenue Theatre. It is railed her greatest! This is said to be Shirley's most touching picture, sinplunges into an emotional adventure that sings in the heart as she bravely meets a bewildering crisis while those who are nearest and dearest to her grope in the shadows of misunderstanding. Shirley's brave smile revives a waning love, when she pleads for her mother to return, and runs away Hu m home to reunite her parents. A fitting cast has been assembled around the screen sensation. Rosemary Anus plays the mother and Joel McCrea the father. Others are Lyle Talbot as "the other man." Erin O'Brien-Moore, .lack Donohue, Poodles Hanneford, Gus Van, Margaret Armstrong, Rita Owin, Leonard Carey, .1. Fan-ell Macdonald and Jack Baxlcy. If we can show by kindly actions meek, The way to find treasures which they seek; If we can show that love, when rightly viewed, Is Heaven—we have fed a multitude. If we can fit some heavy heart with wings Of hope, and faithfully in little things Can calmly smile and see beyond the woe That -eems to be, and serve ami | Then we have lived with God give and grow; through everything. • BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR BALL & CHAIN BAR AND PACKAGE HOUSE WINKS AND LIQUORS 1513 S. W. 8th St. (Opposite Tower Theatre) Phone 2-9198 IF WE CAN? If we can fill our place, calm and serene, And go thru life with loving, kindly mien; If we can live to -how some other soul The way to peace, the universal goal; Then tho our days be shorn of worldly gain, We shall not frl that we have lived in vain. If we can make some traveler's burden light, And help to make the dark days seem more bright. i meets Miss Del Rio, in | • a famous dancer, and >th herself and her dancing that he had once I cious review about the i Farrell, who plays the blonde menace, will Igivi Pal up. until she discovIthat hiemployer, played by rett Horton, has more ey. Leo Carillo is the rascalImlc of Miss Del Rio, who tries br<>fit by the entire transaction. iiiiliilimiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiliinllltiliiliiMiiiiiimiliiililiii MMNIHIIH I Mr. and Mrs. Julius Damenstein and Daughter Wish for All Their Friends A HAPPY AMI PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR GEORGE LANGER And Associates of The Sungas Co. 1100 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-8811 yj Extend to All Their Jewish Friends and Patrons Sincere Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR SINCERE WISIIKS To All Our Jewish Friends for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEM YEAR GRAHAM'S DAIRY PEACH Phone 5-2064 CITY Phone 2-1247 FARM Canal 255-J I If II %  L 11 III I • %  III .1(11111 %  %  %  imiiiiniiiiiiiMiiiiiii BEST WISHES To All Our Jewish Friends for a HAPPY NEW YEAR P and A GARAGE Miami's Only Complete Garage 53 N. E. sth St. |lllllll!lll||llllllllllllllllllllllllllllll BEST WISIIKS 51 for A HAPPY NEW YEAR = 30M LOCIS PALLOTT and the NORTON TIKE CO., INC. Wish Their Many Friends and Patrons A Happy New Year NORTON TIRE CO., INC. 500 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-2194 ONE-STOP SERVICE STATION A IIA IT V NEW YEAR R B. CHASTAIN CONSTABLE TIKES BATTERIES ACCESSORIES lll HI Uin t Mil iiinillilliliiliil iiliimitnill IIIIHHI INIHIIIIHHI I nun : HHHUHHI j|„ 1 IHII II Hill MMMMWIM jj A HAPPY NEW YEAR TUTTLE GARAGE 33 S. E. Fourth St. MIAMI = IIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlT = I HENRY L. OPPENBORN 1 Justice of the Peace mill IMIII. BEST WISIIKS TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR GREEN MOTOR CO., INC. We Boy and Sell Used Cars lX7ti-7S S. W. Eij-hth StM I A M I tmwmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmim %  Rest Wishes for %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons u ALEXANDER ORR, JR., Inc. jj PLUMBING AND HEATING „ Miami and Miami Peach %  %  The shadow of a new year is eclipsing the old yearThe season of remembrance is at hand. On the occasion of the happy festival now being celebrated, I wish to take this opportunity of extending the Season's Greetings and Rest Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous New Year. J. M. LEE, Comptroller of the State of Florida Hwni • "'" """ """ ""' '"" "'" :• % % % %  iiMIMiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiininti t iiiiiiimimiilimiii iiiiiiiilniiiiMlilii



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fhirtj two wJewisti Flcridian n in l OM.T li* BMWUKLT PUBl ISHED EVERY FRO) W by th JEWISH KLORIMAN PUBLISHING CO P 0 Boa -News Tower Bldg. Miami. Fla. BDITORIAI OFFICES I \\ Itth tvrniw Ph me 2-5304 %  ;-n>3 J. LOUIS SHOCHET, Editor FRED K SHOCHET Circulation fcUnaaer C fXTOR BORIS SCHLACHMAN Fi i Ri it ve %  ,1 on % % %  % %  v ""'• Florida. ST. PETERSBURG RABBI A S. KI EIXFF.I P Repn -. ntat \\ i ORLANDO IRENE BR W ERM VN \\!ST PALM BEACH SCHl'TZER R< pn sentative TAMPA MRS M. H. Kisl ER Ri live THB JE WISH FLOMDLAW TpiRSONAL MESSAGE H, J. LOUIS SHOCHET Editor and Publisher. The Jewish Florid..for .ending thi. mewage as I am ndicu ^ ^ -'"-"• ;1 ? bbi nor th f "V probfeJ^becoming more and morer-bbi, but I presume s incethis r tempot oue .tio„ ... "Halocho ou. rengthen the wani „g Jewrabbis will forgive. con8 ciousnesa, hut we have to Jewish life rests permanently with those who do not need a persecuHitler to remind them of Frid *y. SepUaktr m question arises as to how profoundly Jewish life throughout country has been touched by what „ g 0 „, particularly in Gertioi. or a n Mav we jew. come to the. h ,. th e necessity o articulate not 1 •" ^^ rather than back-door men !" uu M in behalf of our they may be called upon to auffer I : • > II.,,-., f( We In Florida, where the scourge s v y FRin VY. SEPTEMBER 27, 1933 Vol. s— N<>. S9 In-half of our rights as human beings? Have for an ideal, oui Jewish assimilationists who WeinFloi been momentarily made Jew%  • Jewish ignorance has btaij i.hlv conscious come to understa. I %  daily taking it. terrible toll, ,h consciousness bom can do much to answer these prob. ne is a humilialems in a manner that will aid in and that the only dignity for their so utions. We can begin by anv Jew ;s a sense of positive Jew. eliminating the fear oi what our trill give nobilnon-Jewish neighbors may think of ; NEW YEAR THOUGHT What symbolism can express What word ascribe Thy • Be worthy of Thy holiness *' Upon these sacred days— Except a soul uplifted be, Itself the glowing phrase, In living prayer commune i Thee Upon Thy Holy Days. RABBI I. w MUSKAT Extends 5 NEW YEAR'S GREETINGS, { '4 To All Jewry and Members { and Officers of ', CONGREGATION $ BETH EL • West Palm Beach, / and Its Sisterhood Profiting by the Past Tonight we will wend our ways io the Synagogue and temple, there once again to face the facts t> take stock of ourselves and to plan for the future. To many of us it "ill simpl) be a meaningless .journey perhaps to renew friendships with our fellow men ... or mayhap to sa> a figurative "Hello" to our Creator, to tell Mint how much we have missed Him during the past > ear. and to -a> "Why don"t you come around more often'."' ity to our persecution'.' Have our n n-Zi mists and anti-Zii i I so-called "Pure Americans" of Jewish faith and persuasion come to realize the hollowness of their contentions in a world in which .v never was and never can nly a us sect and w racial tent than .:>•'.' Hai e the rank and %  Jews finally learned that the eyes I I B I Jews To others it will be the beginning of a New Year with .,,.,,,. its countless resolutions to be good, and to do the right thing tinction of which resolutions will, of course, be forgotten within Reform fifteen minutes after the services are over/ | nonI'erhaps il would not be amiss to remind our fellow men that the principles of the New Year and the Day oi Atonement as laid down rather definitely 1> our Sages and (odeMIIIIIIIIIII miMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIUj provide that acts of commission or omission, of wrongs dune = = 10 oui fellow men arc not forgiven l>> our Creator, until E amends have been made to the man we have wronged, and E we have been forgiven bj him. E Hut. be that as it maj .. we are today confronted bj a = problem that needs solving now resolutions are splendid E actions are more important. = If M m to learn a lesson, if we are to profit b> the = isi il what has happened in Germany means anything to E _u.de for our future conduct then we must, as = our living Jewishly. We can solve problems if we but try to. CANTOR ANT) MRS. LOUIS HAYMAN Wish for all Jewry and ticularly the members and tiipers • Radio Syn... a HAPPTi AND PROSPEROUS M\\ YEAR RABBI DAVID KLEIN Wishes for All Jewry A "KSIVO TOY AH" AXN\X\XVW\\\\\\\\ Wxv Rabbi and Mrs. Alex. S. Kleinfeld Wish for all Jewry, and par-} ticularly the members and} worshipers of Conn. B'nai I-/ rael of St. Petei -burg, A HAPPY NEW YEAR { Rabbi and Mrs. S. M. MACHTEI E \nd Daughters Queenie and Naomi s Best Wis = Happy, Health; and => Prosperous Sen Year — e get ite our prayers, as we moid our planfor the E .. f | com one important fact ... E • .. E If we tun f.^ow the standards of life and living as set Siiiiiiimmiiiiiiimmiiiii iiiimnl thers if we hut live as Jew...if we if we ceas* to wonder what the other at behavior then we shall have come E t si n life whi ever) action will receive the 5 all for '.run we -hall have held our headaloft = we sh that is clean and upright ... I we shall haM is citizens worthy of emulation for E et it be under* lives the life of a good s lutomaticall) lived the lif< : a : .nd upright i = lr. .n the new year, let our every thought be = hu: thing, not of doing • % %  I we think = som< us I i do. = £'iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii'. | RABBI and MRS. | ISRAEL H. VVEISFELD = = and Son E all 1 • "KS1VA VCHSIMO TOYAH" iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiliiiiiiiiiiiiiiT Rabbi Dr. and Mrs. JACOB H. KAPLAN %  %  '. %  lHappy and Prosperous New Year Rabbi and Mrs. MAX SHAPIRO % %  %  : .: %  f Bel D I i f i: \ /*w\ww\\\\s\\s\\s\\\\'. s\\wws\\\\\\\\\\\\\w Rabbi and Mrs. DAVID I. ROSENBLOOM And Daughter GOLDIE TAMARA all JewTy an I '/ ticularly the me: / • %  B< th J ob Cor Miami Beach, a '/ Happy and Proaperoai NEW YE \U — Happy and Prosperous New Year >xx\xxx\xxv\\\\ \v www / REY. AND MRS. I y Officers and Members B. SAFER Kv. He-t Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAH to the %  \ ... % %  %  %  :. %  -1 r — %  faciaf ; ek i RABBI ADOLPH BURGER %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR E iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiini inn Cantor = Boris Schiachman >o< ^ l ng. Ohev Sholom, Orlsndc. n Fla.. and to Jewry at Larp, >oc = o REV. and MRS. NATHAN YVROOBEI= o E E | Jew| E E = = .. E "Ksiva Y'chsima Tovah" "Ti i • i %  %  %  %  11 ii | | M1 ,„„= -:^=>0"^=> o o n all their relatives snd Is, the fi e" anJ David ga %  :. its Sisterhood and all Jewi "KSIVA YCHSIMA TOVAH" Rabbi and Mrs. David L Zielonka %  Jl 1 NEW 1 EAR RAH151 AND MRS JULIUS WASHER lox Coi A Happj and Prosperous Nen Year DR. and MRSCARE N. HERMAN Extend XI W YEAR'S (.HI'KTIN^ T and MernbeH T.I l ONGREGATION BETH ISRAEL West Palm > %  hood ... .. %  %  %  % 



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Fri(Ur. September 27, 1985 THB JKWISH FLOMDIAN Pace Thirty-three ROS H HASHO NAH A New Year Message By REV. L. LEHRBR Bikur Cholin Cong., Asheville, N. C. •pi,,, first day of the month of Tishri is New Year's day for the people of Israel. This is not a New Year's day for merely a commercial people, vho are interested only in figures land i" accounts, of a people de[voted lo ledger books, counting and I|>;U:i" in* tneir se,a im a "d deInarini. This is a New Year's day (Rosh Hashono) of the People of | tnv Hook, of a spiritual people, Iwho live and exist upon its Torah land its Faith. This is the Rosh |Hashono of the Jewish people! \ Rosh Hashoao of a living full of vigor and strength, people who weep when it Ipcopi I of a even while they weep, of a people who ascend and descend, descend and ascend. This is a Rosh Hashono of a great nation, everlastingly united with its Creator, of a great nation which always remembers, with emotional yearning, its glorious past, and always prays passionately for its expectant future. This is a Rosh Hashono of Holy People, possessed of a Holy Torah, a Holy Land, and a Holy Language. "And it shall come to pass, that he that is left in Zion, and he that remaineth in Jerusalem, shall be called holy, even everyone that is written among the liv[hopiis and who are full of hope | ing in Jerusalem" (Isaiah IV, 3). ters of the alphabet except J. Second Kings XIX and Isaiah XXXVI are exactly alike. The last two verses of 2nd Chron. and the opening verse of Ezra are alike. The word "and" occurs in the Old Testament 85,648 times, and in the New Testament 10,084 times. occurs 77,77H times, "vav" 76,922, and "teth" 11,052. (These are the least frequent.) The Bible has been translated into 467 languages and dialects. Helpful Advice for Nazi Invalids Bible Statistics There are often enthusiasts who • are also statisticians at heart. I They enjoy juggling with figures land marshalling their facts with {mathematical exactitude and this (aptitude for accuracy and precision | Jehovah appears 6,866 times. The ||s a mania which is laboriously carletter "mem" in the Hebrew text Iricd ut to a successful consummation. Statisticians have not left I the Bible alone and out of the vast Imass of moral laws, legends, aphlorisms, prophecy and what-nots, ilvcd a system of tabulation which will cause the face of Imany an ordinary layman to blanch at the mere thought of the labors [that have been undertaken. We quote a few of the figures Ithat have been amassed by these matical contortionists. The authors of the Bible are 50 in number. About 30 books are mentioned in the Bible, but not inI eluded in the canon. The followare of interest: In the old Testament there are iks, 929 chapters, 23,214 592,439 words, and 2,728,800 Of Apocrypha Hooks there are 14; chapters. 183; verses, 6,081; 252,186. I middle book of the Bible is bs; the middle chapter Job XXix; smallest chapter, Psalm CXVII; largest chapter Psalm (XIX. Ezra VII, 21 contains all the lethe is anxious to provide a medical guide so that consistent anti-Semites should know what to avoid when they are ill. A Nazi who has syphilis must not allow himself to be cured by salvarsan, because it is the discovery of the Jew, Ehrlich. He must not even stop to find out whether he has syphilis because the Wasserman reaction which i,s used for the purpose is a discovery of the Jew. If he thinks he has gonorrhea, he must not seek to establish the fact, because again he will be using the method of a Jew, Neisser. A Nazi who has heart disease must not use digitalis, which comes from a Jew, Ludwig Traube. If he has a toothache he will not use cocaine, or he will be benefiting by the work of a Jew, Salomon Stricher. Typhus must not be treated or he will benefit by the discoveries of the Jews, Widal and Weill. If he has diabetes he must not use insulin, because of the research work of the Jew, Winkowsky. If he has a headache, he must shun pyramidon and anti-pyrin because of the Jews, Spiro and Kilege. Anti-Semites who have convulsions must put up with them, for it was a Jew, Osbar Liebrich, who thought of chloride hydrate. The same with psychic ailments, Freud is the father of psych-analysis. GREETINGS DAVE'S POULTRY & EGG CO. Wholesale and Retail 4421 N. W. 7th Ave. Phone Edgewater 1507 Ask for "Dave's Eggs" and You Are Sure of the Best OeOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HAPPY NEW YEAR BARR & BARR PLUMBERS 61 E. Second St. IIIA LEA II, FLA. A clever non-Jewish physician, Dr. Lukatchewsky, writes an amusing communication to a newspaper in Basle, Switzerland, that is attracting the attention of the medical press. lie remarks that since the Jewish spirit is to he destroyed to the National Socialist, cluctrines, in every branch of life according oooooooooooooooooooooooo OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO HAPPY NEW YEAR CORAL GABLES MACHINERY EXCHANGE 1101 S. Dixie Highway (oral Gables 01 t,iiin ciiinmmnoi cm i ctiij GREETINGS ,A -,0 00000000 o 0 0 0 0 0 o o o o ^IIMIIIIIIIHItllllHMIHMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIIIItll II \ BEST WISHES tor a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR I OOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO* I M. ANTOINETTE HARDEN 129 N. E. First St. Phone 3-2712 ; ,IIIIIIIIHIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIItllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIUIIIMIIIIIIIMIMIIIIIIUIhllHlllll M MM Minimi HAPPY NEW YEAR OOOOOOOOOO ANDERSON SHOE REPAIR SHOP 7:11 N. W. Second Ave. Phone 2-4105 BEST WISHES A \ ERY HAPPY NEW YEAR DANIEL'S TOWING and SALVAGE CO., Inc. 2315 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-3078 I). E. LINARDY All Grades of HARDWOOD FLOORING Furnished. Laid, Sanded and i Finished 3001 N. W. 12th Ave. iiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiHiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiic iiihiimu %  ^IMM I %  t MIMII UIMI1I1IIMJ M M Ilfl^ HAPPY NEW YEAH : lOOOOOOOO. I PATTERSON SIGN SHOP j 173 N. E. Fourth St. Phone 2-0305 iiiiiiilliliHiiiiiiiii.iiiniiitiii it .GOtOOOOOOOOOOOOOGOOOOOOg A HAPPY NEW YEAR Madam M. H. Rodriguez 1505 N. E. Miami Place 'Perfect Maiden Brassieres" o 9 'OCOOOOOOO00000OOO000O0O Wishing the Jewish People A HAPPY NEW YEAR WALSH SCHOOL OF BUSINESS SCIENCE Professional Huilding Phone 2-16B7 The Officers and Employees of MIAMI LAUNDRY 4J1 Extend Sincere Wishes to All Its Jewish Friends and Patrons for a Very Happy and Prosperous New Year SINCERE WISHES for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR Roberts Hotel 20 West Flagler St. MIAMI o o <> o o o o o o o o o a o o o o 9 o o o o o o <> o o o o o o o o o o o o o 000000000000000000000000 1100000000000000000005005 HAPPY NEW YEAR PAN AMERICAN CHEMICAL CO. 384 W. Flagler St. Distributors for 0 J^ AutO Polish Colgate-Palmolive-Peet < lo. Wyandotte Detergent Hotel Sanitary and Janitor Supplies CALL 3-2223 000000000000000000000000 o o o o o o <> o o o o 4 o O a o o %  %  o o 0 %  > o %  a Q • >



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P ,_•• %  Two THB JEWISH FI.ORU1IAN Friday, September 27, 1935 C?t SOCIETY ,t 2 p. •>.. at Tempi Isra. • n of the Woodlawn Cemeilv an last Monday night, plans w< ng of the ., |. | v. al am Kook. chief • ; which w. • mday, were and will %  h is coming Tu sda; evi ninjt, October ginning k> '" B,,h gue, Mian Beach. Tinbis will and • ,vi cnant rh public is %  %  • nd. nauctea DJ %  R „_ (lv Go i ization. Th, will '"""'"1 1 *JK* ? the work of the sis I. An unusually large atten .,! the regular meeting of junior Hadaasah, held last Monday evening al the home of Mrs. Murry Grossman, BOO Collins aw. Mai j visitors were present who xtended greetings from various A revision of chairmanMrs v S f Long Beach, ships was announced, the new V.. in siting her chairmen being Ida Safe *.' %  •*•• p., %  •.; dMvs. 11. H. Mill. • Rosalyn Daum, publicity, Mrs. a Miller, Hurry Grossman, cultural and pro,..,„.. Beady Goldenblank, memr of Senior Hadassar %  ard meeting M Royal th Mrs. Joseph Wil[t was anal fall %  n October 14th. • VI B Mrs. Louis Heiman, Mrs. Mrs. Many MarkoVI Ben Marg ilia, Mrs. Ber• Mr-. Alex Goldstein, Mrs. Max and Mrs. Roland Granat. „d Mrs Max SI i m the ighter at the ria Hos ta last Sunday. Mother and ire resting i ly. Thi *ill • named at ., in Beth Dasaturday morning, r. Hashono. On Succos Rabbi and ill be hosts at a in i Su ah to the n • nd thi Orlii it th< H mdei ition foi • %  • • .r Rauzin is Victoria H spital. Mr. 11 : >' !hl .Mum, liiiiiiiiiilililllllllllllllllillltlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllll'i He was a v an '' in Meadvilli. Pa., years. He sided in Mia .... He ;survivi I -,.,: Sadie; daughter, Tin-in... thers, B( njamin and Rubin, in Miami, Levi j]) N. A Y : k. and ; ol .-hard, Adler and Susan Han of New y'ork. Inti iwn Cemetery, with Rabbi lax Shai ffi iating. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orlin are ,-ing congratula the birth of a baby daughter at the Hospital last I %  day. r ind daughter are resting fe Grossman and Jeanette s-ii Kma Following the formal .ipcni n meetings will be held at the Tal! mud Torah. The program of th evening consisted of a report bv Miss Ida Safer of the increase of J the national membership %  if .Junior \,;, a Bernstein, hospiHadassah, following which w M ,,i Mr8 Sol Rotfort, fund ''.view of "Anthony Adver* ., :.''',', %  / Plans were formulated in an open forum discus-,,,,,., forma l opening to be Miss Myra Goodkowsky. RrfJ 13, at which a fashmenta were served following tkj ,„ w W ili be featured. The program. nounced for tin r< pening !" ^ g rf arrange honor of the rummage tore conducted by the com ^ ^ ^ ^ ^ Mr. .lack Wucher of the Mia* 'chapman, Pauline LaBeach Kosher Market ., kv Anita Silverman, Myra Goodfrom Hendersonville, N. C, thb .,, Ida Safer. Mrs. Murry Week. I Mr. and Mrs. J. Louis Shochet AMI FAMILY 1 Wisl \ I Their Relatives and Friends = and for All Jewry = •SUNAS CHAYIM U'VROCHO" = "A Year of Life and Blessings" E >ni III iHiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiimiimiiiiimiiii tjmmiiE MARIO CREATES "ARISTOCRAT" A Permanent Wave Where Expensive Oils Are Blended to Suit Your Individual Texture of Hair $15.00 NOW $7.50 Countess of Covadonga, wife ol mer Crown Prince of Sp I MARIO Your Hairdresser > s. E. 2nd Ave. Olympia Bldjj. Phone 2-6210 743 :.th Ave.. New York 339 Lincoln Road, Miami Beach €:? V ton '>' "'" B K it P< • .man. daU| Mrs. Frank Perlman, %  (I Sunday, 11 J** *&* && W If.' ..*•' i >Wn.2 -mi Sun.-Mon.-Tues. Sept. 29, 30-Oct. 1 Edward Everett Morton Del Rio—Glenda Parrel Pat O'Brien— Leo < arillo IN CALIENTE tftc ; Avenue. U& • t '"" **M : .ktf ,-o.sP c) Sun.-.Mon.. Sept. 29-30 Shirley TempU—Lyle Talbot Joel McCrea —Rosemary Ames OIK LITTLE GIRL % %  BEST WISHES Ml for a HAPPY NEW YEAR A. W. EISENMAYER 1



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1P | aVt September 27, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Nineteen .catechism an,I B.ble history. We flour instead," he sagely connt heritage to transmit, selled. Finally the pudding have Let Us Understand Fiirh Ciihar I,! "?"'," ,H autiful emerged. Reb Samuel smacked his ItidCn Utner !" 1 ; an extensive history, lips in anticipatory relish, but By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO mu "• art and folk-ways. Yet we after one or two mouthful* he must crowd this entire civilization turned up his „ "to an hour and a half a week, "Well, well, only because our school is nose in disgust, the rich can get is an imitation excited over that. I don't see any01 an alien institution. How many Jews join Temples and Synagogues because the Gentile joins a church and they must have a Jewish imitation for them(Continued From Page 7) Arnold Schonberg, the world-faI, 1IIU J composer, converted to an || en faith, formally returns to Judaism at a ceremony in a Paris lynagogue. In England, Lord MelIhett. born a Christian, returns to [h,. faith "f his fathers. Thouselves, and not because they know sanaa who ha Issimilated com resurgence of the Jew within '>>' Protest is a Jew, only because h,. m Not only in Germany, but, t ni Gentile is watching him, and jverywhere, in Italy, France, Eng""t because his heart and soul are ,i,| and America, Jews are disw 'th his people and his God. ardinjr their illusions and pretenThe moral degradation .if the i „, which never deluded anyone Judaism of Protest is matched by C thing to it!" The Jew by Protest puts nothing into his Judaism and then finds it unappetizing and lacking in savor, without meaning or beauty, without satisfaction or joy. ve intermarried or or seek to learn the values of the mpleteljr, have felt Synagogue for their lives. The Jew Juilulsm mu8t be %  Religion of Inner Acceptance, of joyous and whole-hearted participation. It makes not compromises with ignorance. An ignorant Jew is rarely ia loyal Jew. We must train our %  ions, |u: themselves, and are recogniz' ,s intellectual vacuity. It makes no themselves for what they are, Idemands upon the Jew and coni, miniof the Jewish people. i(,|s no privileges. His home and But while we welcome them with i nis culture remain thoroughly nonen arms, with sadness and joy Jewish. His children are trained ,iminded, there is one question i t o no Jewish loyalty. He does not I imperiously demands an. an' participate in any Jewish under|wir. To what are they and many taking or in any organization haviireturning? When the joy i '"-' Jewish purposes. Is it any It their homecoming will have sub-1 wonder that he sees no privilege ||,|e,l and the thrill of recognition nd no value in his Jewishness bated, what shall we have to *nd that his outlook on life is IflYr them? Now they are pasembittered. There is a homely I tely eager to return, but will story which illustrates this point. |hy be happy to remain with us? A poor Jew. named Reb Samuel, The truth is that the vast majoronce said to his wife, "You know, %  : to a Jewishness which Sarah, the rich are always smacka reaction to outside pressure ing their lips over a noodle pudIml nothing more. It is best deding. Let's see what there is in linlicil as the "Judaism of ProitMake one for supper tonight!" The Gentile refuses to adHis wife agreed, but as she began. lit tito his castle, whereupon we she discovered she had not fat. puy the lot adjoining and build an "Never mind," said he, "make it Kact nplica for ourselves. If we tudy the life of American Jewry omes clear how much of our istitutional activity steins, not I'm an inner necessity of our puls, but from a sense 1 of outrage id protest against anti-Semitism. wish clubs very often practice same snobbishness and maniime emptiness as their genteel Gentile clubs which Jews are excluded. are careful not to betray in nams o SINCERE WISHES o o for a g HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS o • BEST WISIIKS CostURIM and Makr-t'p for All Occasions TUXEDOS II. A. DIXON 721 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone 2-5333 WWWNWWNNWVWW SINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR The Most for Your .Money at JOES TIRE SHOP "Service With a Smile" 1113 N.VV. 7th Ave. Phone 2-2."il! ', NEW YEAR HIALEAH SOAP CO. MR. KAMINSKI HIALEAH, FLA. tpooaooojcoc'ooociooix'e'oc-sio o o o o o i)<.o *,£,$$(, (,.;,-, $£$$$$ II is our pleasure to extend to all our Jewish friends and patrons sincere wishes for A 3 [appy .New "l IMP SOUTHEASTERN N at un\\ Gas Co. •Serving Thousands of Satisfied Customers' 11!> W. FLAGLER STREET Phones 8-2243—2-5944 THE MIAMI DAILY NEWS WISHES ITS Host of Jewish Friends A Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR 1935-6 T 5696 i % 



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-four THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN %  September 27 against the has befallen thi-m. Unlew I'<-ni<-.> 6 "wm | TU I ,.-:„U Vo" The death ,ti-Nazi Protestants war will loosen the tics of I he JeWlSh I ear instru-' national co-operation which, inter. B] BERN VBD POSTAL : .. %  I %  • The efforta to es... ceded trunational co-operation which • f stering a close rapcoming stronger despite the to-orf optimis een the best forces nationalist conflicu, the new three dei ^inations outsi.k5696, should mark gr. I [in ;.woria Jewry tne ->azi regime in uen any ous of the many trou(Copyright, 1936, by Seven "^ -hat face it. It Feature Syndicate) ponsible segment of Spanish „„i.t-/l in the fisrht and may • en e the i ...... %  -• world Jewry the Nazi regime in I HiIt Mi "Wnfal! eople undaunted in the fight eoocreooocooft—• reactionary and pagan GKEETINCS /w^wnOJnAVAvnviTrr.n.%  : ., statement warning anti%  opMoses Maimonides i "trie .vhich will have to es. The'chart of' Jewish cu!?DAY AND NITE GAR^E 7 a.well as economic life | N W 5th St and ^ definite upward trend in g WBECKW^MVICB of O Pinlini—Top and Bod, w „k %  .. _..l.,f .... ......I U;..W ll'.ll VQ\-i. tr .. C. mw.A IV. I f. the Jews f the anis good willacti y ^ jn he ]am p where trage( |y .ooeoooooiwcantry, Canada, ^^ 6 efug Frai e. Sou — ~ lestionably were --%  0 ood30<=30C=DOC=>o cial .• intry. Th? ition was not presu -,• t hij. ficant factors in ] :J ,...,_ : v. .. ;.; ;, na ] | .minot ki wn—err.ifrated .... --• lUntries. It can Q .:a -. and invest ting new ] .-.-.lenied that Adolf Hit:. that country. A semiti • •..... ...... .-f.nnt Paintinc—Top and Bod, Work Gaa and Oil 0 Day Phonr 2-9*47 Nit, Phon. J.io,' the burden of salvaging the t, a(l0 t)Qt>t>t>t)t>t I -.-.• %  in Nazi%  • lead. %  The ac• • -.. Fas %  Semitic %  seriI %  a limited nu any : the refuf ( nditinued esent ^ intry I Jillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll!| PPY NEW YEAR TROPICAL HATH | HOUSE | EDNA JOHNSON *2\ W. Flagler St. Phone 2-6234 § niiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniT illing i ei :'_not %  .... t the %  i. the Soudai %  ..ffering %  ti :.. A HAPPY NEW YEAR 6E0. STARR Miami Colonial Hotel MIAMI. FLORIDA SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR \PPY NEW YEAR ROBERTSON and PATTERSON AR( IIII KM S NeTower Phone 2-5220 I.e I.IAN KRUMM Marinello Beauty Parlor A HAPPY NEW YEAR OUR SINCERE WISHES for a VERi HAPPY NEW YEAR HINTERLYON (Incorporated) GENERAL AGENT Phone 2-M.-57 MIAMI. FLORIDA T. H. SWEETING SALES AGENT THE NATIONAL CASH RKGISTER CO. 547 N. E. First Ave. a '> a 0 'a %  : %  % %  % %  %  %  %  %  BERT WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR W. L. HARRIS Real Estate Service SALES APPRAISALS ANALYSIS 749-750 Injjraham Hid*. Phone 2-M7.5 o< >oc DOC DO< >oc=:o Rauzin Insurance & Investment Co. MEYER-KISER BUILDING Wish for All Their Friends and Jewry at I.:. HAPPY NEW YEAR INSURE HAPPINESS BY KEEPING INSURED >oc DO< >oc DO< rO (Hi; JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS WE EXTEND OUR SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 5 o o SINCERE WISHES HAP1 ROI : i'EAR o FRESH DRESSED Ducks Turkeys Hens Fryers AND ,\ COMPLETE STOCK OF POULTRY FARM POULTRY & EGG CO., INC. 761 S. W. Eighth Street Phone 2-0087 DO< RED TOP CAB and BAGGAGE CO. New I.ow Rates—15c and 5' 4 c Mile $10.0(10 and S20.000 Liability Insurance ^Ye (heck Baggage From Home to Destination FIREPROOF (;ARA<;E Phone Miami Beach .".-3197—Miami 3-3131 .o<=>oc: DOC DOC DOC DO< A HAPPY NEW YEAR FRED C. EVANS CO. REAL ESTATE 2>OC DO< >ocr. Best W i for a Happy New Year to Our Jewish Friends Melrose Nursery & Soils Co. A Complete Nursery NURSERY AND OFFICE—2741 N. W. 27th Ave. • NEW YEARS GREETINGS ..... To OurSZZZ Fri^X Miami Home Milk Producers Association Raw and Pasteurized Milk-Sour Cream-Sweet Butter—CottiM n.~~ 769 N. W. lsth Terrace i-Sweet Butter-Cottage Cheese "HOME EVAPORATED MILK' Phone 2-7fi96



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rridy, Kffdwr If, im THB JKWISH PLOUDIAN Page Thirty-one Let There Be Harmony in Our R'mk^' iii,iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii,imi1 IIIMI miimmimmimii A New Year Message FROM THE PRESIDENT By BORIS SCHLACBMAN Executive Director, Y. M. H. A. In this period overladen with lanxiety and heartaches hecause of Ithc deplorable plight of our brethren in Germany, what message Khali we disIpatch to American Israel? LET THERE IpF. HARMONY I N OUR RANKS! Too [long has Israel Ibeen a house divided against itI self. We f' ntl > ,las, that words I uttered by the Iprophet of the Exile fcwentyf i v c centuries aeo are applicable tn our own Iday: M'horsayich umaeharivayich memaich vailzaiu — Thy lestroyera and thev that make thee waste go forth mositics tion against Jew, and implacable antagonisms spring up where harmony and co-operation should exist. The time has come for us to overthrow this destructive enmity. We petition Deity on Rosh Hashanah, "V'yeosu chulom uhgudah echos —Let all peoples be joined into a united I) r o t h erhood," but we permit elements of disunion to exist in our ranks. We verbalize the beautiful aphorism, "Kol Yisroel ahchim hem —All Jews are brothers,"' but we are too prone to yield to aniwhsn we encounter oppoOn the occasion of the celebration of Rosh Hashanah I wish to extend to all our citizens of the Jewish faith my sincere greetings and best wishes for the New Year. § FRANKLIN I). ROOSEVELT. Tlillllllllllllllilllllllll llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllililf? I've strength to bear the weight upon my shoulders. I slil can tread the path my feet have trod, But for those things I feared which did not happen, I thank Thee, mighty God. 4b BEST WISHES for A HARPY NEW YEAR Ifrom three." sition to our pet theories or beliefs. We permit our honest differences Ix-t us shatter this mask of hyof opinion to degenerate into prejpocricy. Let us make the Holy Days cycle a solemn occasion to bring us closer to each other. However grave our personal difference may be, let us submerge our personal bias for the sake of the welfare of k'lal Yisroel. ludices and intolerance. One group sets itself up above all other croups as the trustees of Israel's destiny. Should another group dare to oppose the solution proI claimed by the self-selected group, it must expose itself to the expectation of being belittled and maligned, and of having its motives impugned. Forthwith we meet the sad spectacle of Jew invoking bitterness and recriminaMay the spirit of harmony and co-operation dominate all Jews in the New Year that God sends to us out of the bounties of His infinitude! dlMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIz REST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR j STeRLItff%PftUS.W Printer* \M Publisher* PBOTUI T<> LBAM80 MIAMI Boimil TIUM* P.O.! 2.S304 NKWH TOWBB ilium iiiHHmiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiii minium THANKSGIVING FOB THE PAST YEAR. 1 thank Thee, God, for things which did not happen. For grave misfortunes which have passed me by; Small troubles came, the while I mourned and fretted And asked the reason why. I did not hear those troubles uncomplaining, I have not ceased to whimper neath the rod. Now I am sorry; for my thankless grieving I ask Thy pardon, God. 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Fourteen THB JEWISH FLORIDIA* Friday, September # Jews in Sports By HARRY CONZEL L'niverait: -Cincinnati. Be:.: Sj > Annei rg. the former .Jockey Club. Americas oldest rac-l In the nation*! %  peed .katfa.,, man, at C::y College, and Mrs. Leo tually me insUtution, when she received nament she recapured the tto., LouOshins, a: Brooklyn College. e ei • %  : tu train horses. The lost in 1933 and broke the 21 -^> i. ... v _i.._. .. t-.-i. _. D..-. Wail .homninn trainpr of the vear was %  in the mill" v.,.,i rThe r Jewish player t Weil hampion trainer of the year was in the mile event Cc ig. 12) t thl ,. a wai w • i lga in i, who led all trainers AU-Star coUegiate team 0 romen's I %  % % % %  n America so far as winners were ., : _. UvKa %  Mrs. S. L. H nhardt of .concerned. Among the leading S'ati nal F tball League Illinois, the former %  Samuel :,runn -ten a" d Ice-Skatinu Handball K I K t Buffalo won the; by tak| sparkplug i Club, 140-yard or Jewish Olympics, heldT Bernie Kaplai B80-ywl vn n,i th. I Aviv •. i Norway she finished third i 500-meter and 1500-meter r took first place in the l,o 00 „ race and second i n tw 0 2 %  vents, which gave her Jj Place in the world's women'. 2 Ing championships. Maccabiad The second tri-ennial '.; laryland guard, has beei frned to plaj il footed th -•• .. V i mi % %  • the national oi Is : t of X. Y. 17.; Ms Hockey • % %  v letl Eddi, ECahi -yard event and the Aviv, was unquestionably H i in all three., (Continued on I Toror.' %  .. '•"': B of Tulane: Dick %  %  %  • ifts; Robert G In u of v. r. Golf ; %  %  ... i yeai ...... '. ran Last : • ar, howan Barron, a White a Ma] • %  %  •-. ,i. %  ... Horse Racing Mai y ] ...Max edent of thi ^en in the nai ,, "" '' ,. en golfing toun ament. i/./..< w. ir Barron made steady h in the • foung Bobb, J. .. th, and Navy elI; I DC u o r %  O o o o o o o 0 o 0 0 o o \ II M'lM MAS \ I \|; Hn rjjjal o o o o o o o UK. and MRS. JOS. 15. MARGOLIS ii o fl Extend t., All Their Relatives J and Friends Sincere Wishes 9 for a A Vi ry Happy NEW l'EAR DR. EDWARD ROTH FELICITATIONS TO ALL FRIENDS soc DOC T DR. AND MRS. MAX PEPPER •r Extend Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Their Relatives and Friends ill |llllllllllll||||||||||„„„ lll|||||||||n{ ; SINCERE WISHES for a 1 HAPPY NEW YEAR j DOC DR. SIDNEY R. JONES Surgii al i hiropodittl 210 E. Flagler St. DOCVO >ooooo T i: i:-WISHES A HAPP IW YEAR T DI. W'M McKlBBEN Ingra ham lildj,'. 111 T 2 B o o o o o ^ o o o o V • o o o o o %  1 o o •9 %  •> o o o o o DR. AND MRS. L. R. KUPPER A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  !il Huntington Bldg. I j : T Extend to All Their Relativi and Fri. SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR [A. E. EDMONDS, D.I), S. j ")12 Olympia Bldg. %  i : ; SINCERE WISHES for a Happy and Prosperous New Year Dr. E. Thos. Kinscy 320 N. W. 7th Ave. = = | Dr. Gilbert H. White j = 905 Security Building : --iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii ^^Baa^iiiiaaiaaiananasm Dr. and Mrs. Barney Weinkk Extend to All Their Relatives and Friends BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Dr. and Mrs. A. E. ROSE. NTH A I. AND FAMILY and Frit Sincer. Wi I fur a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR '1 0000000 ooooooooo CD o crzr> o cm> o czrz> o czz BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR J. !)• GAETANI, M. I). Specialist in Women's and Children's Diseases o 611-612 Professional Bldg. o MIAMI. II.\. I* .iiruimDi Best Wishes for a Happy New Year DR. MARSHA El. FAVER 127 N. E. Fifth St. [?_ *1 OO0or-0.->O00000000000r.0 o o o o o o o o o <> o n o a o o •-i 0 o o <> o o o 0 o o 0 b o o o BEST WISHES fur '00000000 A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR..I. HOLDEN BECKWITH o o %  o %  o %  s %  s %  '. %  t %  %  % %  2 %  s %  % %  %  s %  %  %  BEST WISHES %  for a I HAPPY NEW YEAR I Specializing, in Extractin Teeth | Ingraham Bldg. Miami o oooooooooooooooooo ;; Si Si' Si Si o 000 %  >' j I Dr. Austin J. Kemp j Congress Bldg. I



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L. Septe mber 27, 1936 THB JEWISH ELOUDIAK Page Forty-nine Tallahassee chapter of Delta Phi Epfat Tallahassee opened its I in hearty welcome Thursday September 12th, with a re|„ i n honor of the new JewI at the Florida State I Women. This recep%  na the formal opening of l t v rush week. Alumnae enLtically participating in the I end wore: Pearl Fleet, Lillian Shapiro, Ft. LauI i celia and Melvyne WahTallahassee; Mrs. Blanche Lniilh. Tallahassee; Mrs. Hilda |v. Quincy. The reception was la-inning of the excitement Liu which culminated in an imlivr pledging ceremony in the or room of the sorority house Hay night) September 16th. The f who come from all parts tate, are: Idella Baumstein, [City; Ruth Bernstein, Miami; iah Biscow, Jacksonville, MarPishle, Fernandina; Confce Lee, Palm Beach; Muriel pan, Tampa; Keba Belle Menb:. Live Oak; Mildred Rose, onville; Geraldine Rosenberg, Ipa; Florence Trushin, Talla|ee; Judith Wilensky, Jacksonhe group is expecting to enjoy fccially and scholastically suctfui year under its capable ofit. Kuth Keinberg, Lake Wales, (ember of the Beta Pi Theta, ich Honorary, Sigma Delta Pi, ni-h Honorary, and the German was re-elected regina; Janice |l. .Miami Beach, is vice-regina. tary is Elaine Klepper, Indo. She also is president of ha Chi Alpha, Journalism H only, and a member of the FloriFlamueau staff. Ethel Mentze, %  Flambeau staff. Ethel Mintzer, Miami Beach, reporter; Edna pijir>.'. Quincy, Pan-Hellenic [(tentative. % I H MMMM """ '"""i GREETINGS [ORAL WAY GARDENS j foral Way at 17th Ave., S. W. ] .Miami, Florida Mr. Samuel Cohen of Belle Glade, Fla., employed at Radcr's Department Store, was held up last Saturday night after closing hours by unknown assailants. He was found unconscious and was rushed by Mr. Kader in the early Sunday morning hours to the Good Samaritan Hospital in West Palm Beach, where it was found that he had a badly fractured skull and is in a -late of unconsciousness since he was brought to the hospital. in New York he will spend the High Holidays with his parents there. He will return in about two weeks. DELTA PHI KPS1I.ON SORORITY Officers of the Delta Phi Kpsilon Sorority at the Florida State (olleue for Women at Tallahassee, Fla., are, reading from left to richt, Kthel Mint/.er of Miami Reach, treasurer; Elaine Klepper of Orlando, secretary; top is Ruth Keinberg of Lake Wales, regina; bottom is Janice Rrill of Miami Reach, vice-regina. Palm Beach IXHIKO No. 11-16, B'nai B'rith, will meet Monday evening at the home of Mr. Louis Schuf/.er at 420 Hampton road. Important business matters will be di-eussed and committee reports rendered. All members are urged to attend. GREETINGS! Mr. Louis Davidson left for a business trip to New York. While West Palm Beach Congregation Beth El will hold Rosh Hashonoh services Friday evening at 7; Saturday night at 8, while services on Saturday and Sunday mornings will begin at 8, with Rabbi laser W. Muskat in charge. Rabbi Muskat will preach during the services. Another of a series of bridge tea parties of Sisterhood Beth Israel was held Tuesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Max Greenberg. The party was enjoyed by all ladies attending. Delicious refreshments were served by Mrs. Greenberg. milllllllllllllllllilllllllilllllilllllliiilll = A HAPPY NEW YEAR = y Temple Beth Israel's (Reform) Rosh Hashonoh services will begin Friday evening at 8 and Saturday morning at 10. Dr. Carl N. Herman, assisted by the Beth Israel choir, will conduct the services. Dr. Herman will also deliver two of a series of lectures prepared by him for the occasion. Tickets for the Beth Israel services may be secured at Cy's Men's Shop on Clematis st. MIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIII BEST WISHES i = *<> %  § = A HAPPY NEW YEAR = Mr. Charles Zuckerman of Delray Beach, Fla., who was away to New York for several weeks on a business trip, has returned to his home. PIERCE HIESE CORPORATION gVINCENT M. DOHERTY, Mgr.g 800 Ingraham Bldg. Phone .l-3ti89 = FLORIDA MUNICIPAL 5 BONDS = INVESTMENT SECURITIES E imimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiii BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR AN EXIDE IS YOUR SAFEST BATTERY BUY One reason is that, unlike many batteries which begin to lose their power shortly after they are installed, an Exide retains all of its superior starting ability right up to practically the very end of its long life. It's built that way. Save money and buy the safest insurance against starting failure an Exide, and feel the satisfaction of knowing that WHEN ITS AN EXIDE YOU We Wish You A PROSPEROUS and MANY HAPPY NEW YEARS CENTENNIAL ICE CO. 1156 S. W. First St. Phone 2-0105 A. B. KELLEY Commercial Agent Central of Georgia Railroad 1100 Lngraham Bldg. MIAMI START Biscayne Oil & Supply Co. PHONE 2-5017 .301 N. W. NINTH AVE. DISTRIBUTORS THE MIAMI AQUARIUM N. E. Fifth St., Opposite News Tower Extends Sincere Wishes to All for a HAPPY NEW YEAR BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR RELIABLE SUPPLY CO. I I MBER—MILLWORK BUILDING MATERIALS REINFORCING STEEL STEEL SASH 20 N. W. 15th St. Phone 3-1418 THE HEALTH STORE Information on REDUCING FATTY TISSUES' Van Dyke Health Products 121 Seybold Bldg. BE8T WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ANDY ARRIGON—OLIVER H. HALL 1212 N. Miami Ave. Miami. Fla. A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI BOOK BINDING CO. .1. SILBERSTEIN, Proprietor 43 N. W. Second StPhone 2-3910 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ALE STATES GARAGE AND BODY WORKS 1231 N. E. First Ave. Phone 2-0117 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR ACME GLEANERS AND LAUNDRY, INC. 553 Douglas Road Evergreen 870 BEST WISHES FOB A HAPPY NEW YEAR UNITED SHUTTER AWNING CO. BOO N. E. 91th St Edgewater 1036 SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR WM. J. ADLER, INC. JEWELER 165 E. Flagler St. MIAMI Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR Watson & Garris Civil Engineers, Inc. Congress Building



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P ige Forty four JKWIIH FLOEIDUN Friday, September 27 1935 ir n ii,,n facing the altar. Rev Sa f e r will chant all servCohen, president of the congreg a tion, will speak during the sen. ires on matters of importance to I preach the Bermoni both ^ ft ^ communitv daya of Rosh Hashono. Mr. VJ. iiiiiiiiliiiiuiniHiHiiiiiiimi, I %  IIHHHn IUHM BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR PROPOSED NE BUILDING OF THB YOUNG MEN'S KEBREW ASSOCIATION AT MIAMI ^RADIO y Gain Jewish ynan i •** %  L Hi will chant all .. ling: I tra litional Judaism. A Jewish SYNAGOG ,hc University of Ka M Ma ht. rmon 1 : th con tforSui ngati %  '• the servi • "Of Oi lucted the servicei Mind." In th of Rabl two year Macht< % %  studio beca• of Rosh Ha ( Irl iiuln \"ntPS I ::;plctc %  : rass rai were prea to Oh %  -" Congregation by Mr. Louis Wolly in memory of his Lillian, who died several months ago. The candelabrae are tinted by Mogen Dovids on which the memorial inscription has ngraved. They were placed in the sanctuary of the congrega* Winter Haven Lasl ial servici Rev. B. Sal al J< w; >. A nun er of I i r A. Bryan will c induct the I it of the cil the H %  l! Ij Daj arted i the Ji Con.' ii v t Winter Haven. Dr. %  Lasl Pnor to ... two bea itiful Gainesville Notes VI u will conduct the Holy Dai %  %  %  at the \ HAPPY NEW YEAR OLIVE A. SLINGLUFF I'eacher of Piano and Voice 11 N S. \\. South River Drive MIAMI BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR J. M. HARRISON INGRAHAM BLDG. Miami SINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. RALPH B. FERGUSON 105 First Nat. Hank Bldtf. .. M i, mini illilililimig = FOR SAFETY WEEK =1 = iv*hj Not a N, w Wind= = shield? 5 = Do You Have Clear Vialon = = i„ > our < ar? = I „r 1 U-TO GLASS y D ACKERMAN ^ CM vil Kinds Remember | | roR1) s |MSTOX {|N(i iBINSWANGER & CO.g 2 344 N# E 2nd Ave. 1 1212 N. E. 2nd Ave. § M1AMI r". | j 11111111111111111111111; 111111111111111111 %  • MMiiiiiiililiii iiiiiliiiiiiiiiinii mil i !" i„„ RIVERSIDE POULTRY AND FISH MARKET Extends Best Wishes to All for a HAPPY NEW YEAR .")(ll S. Miami Avo. Miami BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR AUTO COLLISION WORKS 125 N. E. Thirteenth Street (HAS. WINK F.I.MAN, Manager SEASON'S GREETINGS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR DEWEY LAUNDRY CO. W. F. DEWEY 126 S. W. Eighth St. II. MILLER Phone 2-0434 BEST WISH1 for \ HAPPY NEW YEAR HARRY AM I DON MUSIC CO. L59 W. Flagler St. BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR KISER DRILLING CO. Water Wells for All Purposes 288 N. \Y. 30th St. I'hone 2-717H BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR 0000000000 U. S. WELDING AND IRON WORKS I2S N. W. First Court MIAMI MIAMI COMBS FUNERAL SERVICE MIAMI AND MIAMI REACH Extends* Sincere Wishes for B HAPPY NEW YEAR It Is Our Pleasure to Extend to All Our Jewish Friends and Patrons Our Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR SWARR LAUNDRY 1510-1512 N. W. 36th St. Phone 2-5385 BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Lewis-Freel Distributing Co. Distributors of HELLMAN'S MAYONNAISE SHEFFORD CHEESES KEEBLER CRACKERS 401 N. W. First Court Phone 2-2141 BEST WISHES A HAPPY NEW YE \R FRENCH BENZOL CLEANERS 1120 s. W. Eighth St. Branch: 616 S. Miami Avo. For Quality Work Phone 2-5901 That the New Year May Be Full of Joy and Happiness Is the Sincere Wish of MR. AND MRS. MAX DAUM Operators of UNITED KOSHER MARKET 1K6 N. W. Fifth St. Phone 8-2270 Where ihe Finest in FRESH POULTRY and QUALITY WESTERN BEEF, Strictly Kosher, May Be Had at Very Reasonable Prices THE SUWANEE LIFE INSURANCE CO. 607 Florida National Hank Hldjr. Extends to All Jewry Sincere Wishes for a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR J iH Ol'R BEST WISHES FOB A HAPPY NEW YEAR H. B. SCHULTE CO. Bl BTON K. FOLSOM, Mgr. INVESTMENTS Ingraham Bld. Miami



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[Friday. September 27, 1935 THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Page Forty-seven Above are officers and members of Phi Epsilon Pi Fraternity at the University of Miami in (oral Gables. Reading from left to right, top row, are: Larry Lefkowitz, Lester Walder, Stanley H. Rose, Arthur Rosencrans, Bernard Horowitz. Alfred Musella. Jonas Kosenfield, Leonard Greenfield and William Davidoff. Bottom row: Myron Broder. George Reiehgott, Melvin (J. Cohen. Stanley B. Rose. Joseph Rose and Samuel Greenberg. I)r. Israel Goldstein, president I i the Fund, who returned last [Friday from Lucerne, Switzerland, [where he participated in the World %  Conference for Palestine Land Redci taken in accornance with a res-i Xew York, and President of the olution of the Zionist Congress American Jewish Congress, has acaiming to obtain the sum of $5,000,„. „, ,,, u v%  _• .,,... .. ... eepted the honorary chairmanship, IKiii Jor the acquisition ot new land areas in Palestine and inalienand Mfl Maur,ce Lev ">President of Hearn's Department Store of New York, has accepted the na|£IIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Ill IIIIIIIIIII lilt II Ill II MI 11 IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Illllllllll \\v_ Idemption, and in the l'.'th Zionist able property, that Dr. Stephen S. -tated that the drive, unWise, rabbi of the Free Synagogue, tional chairmanship of the AmerI Redemption, under whose akspi.es lean Committee for Palestine Land the drive will lie constructed. THE OFFICERS AM) MEMBERS OF THE "YOUNG MEN'S HEBREW ASSOCIATION" AND AFFILIATED ACTIVITIES Extend to All Jewry Sincere and Heartfelt Wishes for A H A I I Y N E W Y E A R Full of Joy and Devoid of Sorrow To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year" %  • iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiii mini inn nun inn mini i iiiiiiiiiiniii mi mi i liiiiiiiiiin mi ill inn niinii I iiiimiiT Mr. and Mrs. Max Orovilz and Daughter Ml Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harry Orlin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Ida Optner and Sons Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Pallot and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Pepper and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Pepper and Family w 'ish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Robert I. Polep "ishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR R Mr. and Mrs. Martin Raff "ish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR ,r and Mrs. Max Rappaport and Family v, 'ish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Rose and Sons '>sh All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR George and Leon Reiehgott and Mother Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Bert L. Riesner Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. William Robinson President Beth David Sisterhood Wishes All Members and Her Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Rotfort and Son Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Rosenfeld and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. 11. Ray vis and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR s Mr. and Mrs. Herbert E. Scher and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Tobias Simon ami Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Stein Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Julius Simpson and Children, Norms and Shepard Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Leo Rosen and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. Mary Schrebnick and Family of West Palm Beach Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Simon Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Samet and Daughter \\ ish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Silver and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YKAR Mr. and Mrs. Sam Shindel and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YKAR Mr. and Mrs. Dave Solomon and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. J. Roscnthal and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat Roth and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Reisman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Rubin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Miss Sarah Shochet Wishes All Her Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Meyer Schwartz and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR The Misses Ray U. and Esther V. Shochet Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Frederick K. Shochet Wishes All His Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Ben Silver and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. David Sontag and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YKAR Mr. and Mrs. I. Tannenhaunt and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. S. H. Tobin and Family Wish All Their Relatives and l'i lends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tobin and Son Wish all Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Chas. S. Tobin and Family Wish All Their Relativeand Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR u Mr. and Mrs. Wm. I hlfelder Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YKAR w Mr. and Mrs. Milton Weiner and Daughter Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YKAR Mr. and Mrs. Louis Weinkle and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YKAR Mr. and Mrs. Max Weinberger and Daughter, Elsie Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YKAR Mr. and Mrs. Sidney L. Weintraub and Son Wish all Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Williams Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Hyman Traeger and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Sol Weinkle and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Nat. L. Williams Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wucher and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR



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Page Forty-eight THE JEWISH F I.QKHHAN ,wo works' vacation ipent in Henevery dersonville, N. C. Friday, Septe mber 27, ], The KM ''lull ill hold its reg., ,„ nuetin a, the home f l,ss i-nrl SnTei. t Florence Willner returned lu-ih 'mi' i" \'e I! unswick, N. i .,,-.,., n visit of several weeks ,vi. h hi i cousin, Miss Ruth Wolly. Mi>Wollj iKvompanied Miss W illIH'I I >: I Phi Epsilon Pi ../ office, sport and extra-curIrvinjr Lippman and Leonard f .icular activity of the school. One: sass< r transfer lf the aiumni, Robert E.I. Sch„„ of ^ I „„.,., |g ,his year a member of the faculty in the Spanish department. I Officers for the school year of l9 3B.3(5 are Harry Feller, superior; Joseph S. Rose, vice-superior; Henry Schwartz, recording secretary; Myron Broder, corresponding secretary, and Sam Greenberg, treasurer. Members in the university this year are: .Milton Keller, Arthur Rosencrans, William Davidoff, Bernard Horowitz, Samuel P. Greenberg, -Mac Mehlman, A. J. Kaplan, The I'lii Kpsilon Pi Fraternity ,,,„„. inl0 existence as the first £.1111111111 I """ "| national fraternity on the Univer= sity of Miami campus in SeptemE her, l!'2!l. E The portion* of the Torah i"i Rosh Hashona ill be read at the VnionR the foremost in all acg Miami Jewish Orthodox Congregation by pupilof itTalmud l"orah h ,| uv have participated in = above. Keadinu from left lo rinht are Oscar Rappaporl and Martin Green berg. E BEST WISHES he will spend tlti' High ll"l= ,-,,,. ., "days. E j | \ I %  I %  \ N'EW i'EAR .'limn II ) %  • iiiiiiiiiiimE Orlando Notes BEST WISHES for a IIAITY NEW VI \i: MR. AND MRS. HARRY KERZIN MIAMI BEACH | jjiiiiiiiiiini ii = BEST WISHES for = A IIAl'I'V NEW YKAl: : 'if M Bei Salomon returned from AGENCY .till V \\ Ninth St. Mrs. A Kanner of Sanford spent E MILLER EMPLOYMENT | = (|| New Vork. wheen she spent the Sunilnj in Orlando. E ummer. E Misses Hilda Coplon and Bea= Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wolf returned trice U'iberman entered their E Phone 2-2536 = freshman year at the University of Sj||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||||IHIIIIIIIlT \ imn nl Tuscaloosa, Ala. Mrs, I. Rosenhaum and daughHannah and Caroline, are visiting relatives in Chirago. They will remain there for the High Huh,lav-. Orlando 1/odjre No. 1043, B'l ai B'rith, held its meeting Tuesday nigh) in the vestry rooms of the igue Part of the program i t. listening to the Baer I oui fig hi o\ er I he radio. Id fi eshments were served. Mrs. M. Safer and Mr. and Mrs. Mosccovit mville were visitors in Orlando. Mrs. I!. Safer returned from B \ II VPn NEW YEAR Madam M. H. Rodriguez 1525 V E. Miami Place "Perfect Maiden Brassieres" /• BEST WISHES for a — %  HAPPY NEW YE \i: GRIFFEN TIRE CO. 36 N. YV. First Ave. MIAMI TIR1 IS TIRE RE1 A IKS GAS OIL GR Phone 2-8929 :ASE BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE PELICAN BAR HARRY KOTKIN LOUIS KOTKIN (.rand Ave. and Douglas Rd. Coconut Grove I CHARLIES NEWS STAND = 1436 Washington Ave. : MIAMI BEACH Til Hill Illllllllllin |] GREETINGS MR. AND MRS. FINGER NEW FENWAY HOTEL Solarium on the Roof 360 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH JJIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM E BEST WISHES E for j = A HAPPY NEW YEAR i id son, Edwin, JiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiMiiiiii!.O %  ied from Jacksonville. — — Mr. and Mrs. S. Spilkj of Mt. E BEST WISHES = Dora spent Sunday in Orlando. E for a E E HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr Lester Levy and E — three children of Long island. N. E %  •• E Y.. have mad.Orlando their perE E I BEN J. KIM AID E = Life insurance and Annuities E M I 101 First National Hank Hide | Phone 2-1129 A HAPPY NEW YEAR MADISON APTS. Washington Ave. at Third St. FOUNTAIN APTS. 384 Euclid Vve. MIAMI BEAt H JOHN' MEYER % %  Wishing All Our Jewish Patrons A HAPPY NEW YEAR AMERICAN* # BEDOM6C %  in i— M mux 451 W. FLA6LER ST. EDMUND REID. !' 'ill H miiiii llllllllliniiiTBEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR EAT at CIVIC LUNCH 10 \. W. first St. Near Courthouse Complete Every Day DINNER loW Choice of Meat or Fish, Soup. Salad, Potatoes, Vegetable, Pudding or Ice 1 am, Hot Roll and Butter, Coffee, large Ice Tea or Hiittei milk. | L I). GODDARD = Electrical Contractor E ">:!2 Michigan Ave. MIAMI BEACH iiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiT BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW TEAR r, .,,,u,,. MI ,,i PA!NTGir.S^O Taints and Varnishes 11222 N. E. 2nd Ave. MIAMI. FLA. GREETINGS (Cltt-^'amcl ( OMPANY OF FLORIDA ts. K. First St. Phone 24912 W. T. Grant Co. 9 E. Flagler St. MIAMI ooooc:< The Makers of THAT GOOD Moon Kist Ice Cream Extend Best Wishes for a IIAITY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Royal Palm Creamery I tin "i-1>rali (I I A HAPPY NEW YEAR Guaranty Title & Abstract Corp. 12S N. E. First Ave. Phone 2-5181 ABSTRACTS -:TITLE INSURANCE -:ESCROW'S jjMHiiiil liiiimi III iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii = SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR )i PHONE 2-4378 JOSEPH P. McGHAN FINER VI. HOME 1923 S. W. EIGHTH ST. PHONE 2-1234 A Complete Service, Reasonable, Within the Meanof Everyone j — BEST WISHES FOR \ HAPP1 AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Triangle Fisheries Co., Inc. 300 S. W. N. River Drive Miami Studio Couches Mattresses Renovated U P II OLSTE RING iiiiiniiii 1 M. HAMLYN „ Mattress and Upholstering Co. 1235 N. Miami Ave. Phone 2-4866 !" u HI HI Illl III,,I,, IJ



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Sixteen THE JEWISH FLORIDLAN Friday, September I 27 UJi Jews in Sports By HARRY CONZEL runner-u] in the South Afrigeooooooooooocoooo^ • team br the fiftt -runmrr-uij %  0 •-— VUDOOO, X T\ N-C A. A. lames Arthur J L champions r the same o A H APPY NEW YEAR j •" the Yale tra Sandier, : the Stm *ras fiftl un. : th yeai waa Syd Koff of the g I Jewish pirl athlete e Ex %  %  i t the Im torCohea f Citr German-American A. C, winner of ( o T Oppn .meter Metropolitan A A. ^ **. ^. UsUUS :.. | £ge 15 Warren Lowenheim, the same meet. U title. ROM Auerbacn "' o San Prai inior f N. Y. U. t A ... who won the Meto Chief Deputy Sheriff J champion; Julius Heldmai J" tle n !" 8 f!" £ ... J L 4 tional throwing Sylvia Rothenberg of the 0 "ade County who took the shot put o ; -' singles (ban Metro] Riskind A A. ...... md Nettie Sherman, o pioi 0 f %  v L"., •• of tne Newport A. C. winner oooooooeooooooooccc rd-breaking 100of the javelin throw, were other field third in the 35yard lai trim Big Tei girl I prominence in track and field. Helen Wills Moody, in %  92nd St. Wrestling men's f \\ '.-Y. M. H. A ','. '-• -tling developed a near Jewit .. A. A. L". ••%  • ." -meter walk a: the Na... r ;d champion last year in reta:• nal _title, : ; A. A. L". meet, Samuel Klop•-.• person of Harry Fields, Uniand with Mrs %  the Big Ten -.-. >f Stanf -. University, mei ty of Pennsylvania medical Palfrey ran • national I tra • ar I :.• liar • ihip and bei -::ent. After winning twenty con" irth : M %  Intercollegiate ai I fifth n the 120... utive matches. Fields came up nat nal ( A'illiam ya it the I. C. 4-A gainst Jim Londos, the titletings was Mrs. H. Walter Freimul L'nivers ty 1 games; Saul Menaker of the Uniholder, and was beaten. In colleformer Baroness Minm liscus throi I Pittsburgh, sixth .n the gliate wrestling Samuel Servis of Maud Levi, who w n the Eastern at this meet ai third in the ;ash at the I. C. 4-A | Syracuse won the 145-pound title S'ew V rk State women's rigles ind the Women's New -.----; accounted for and jump at the National A. A. U. Jerss %  Mi fifi ..the Big Ten meet meet; and Bernard Kr sney and • New Y rk, entral Intercollegiate Sid Bernstein of N. Y. U., members M -Norma Taubli Levy if -• I the national A. A. U. second New Jersey ibles %  us place 1.000-meter medley relay %  •'' l-A games, fifth team; Danny Taylor, winner of the -ar.ked in i event at the National national interseh lastic shot put A. A. games and fourth championship and member of the • : in the doubles. The nal Junior A. A. I'. ail-American scholastic track team. girl I win nati nship. David Smukler of Dr. Joseph Hurwiti of South B nnie Miller of Los Temple University inari I Africa won the Northern Tran*-]. V % %  •." %  "• n *; "<> P u a t the Navaal four-mlle championship and • l Junior A. A. U. meet and Detroil • %  %  the doubles • the n itional pub*00oo a: the B:e Ten title meet, games; S Furth, former Olym] the Eastern Intercollegiate Unistar, third in the running hop step League: Arthur Saklad of Brown Continued on page 28 Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All My Jewish Friends tenis tournament with NNWXWWWWWWwww^ O'Donovan of Detroit. / SINCERE WISHES 2 Track and Field The itstandjng Jewish track J for a / / star of the yeai was Milton SandfV ,.,.,.,. ,,.,,.. ,.„ £ .thlete.and | VEW HAm NKU YEAR | < mber of the German£ To My Jewish Friends / American A. C. He won the fa/ £ Columbus 600-meter run at / .^^^ V the Knightof Columbus (',.. captur'-'i the indoor and outdoor J 'j national A. A. U. 600-meter cham| CLEMENT L. THEEI)^ and was picked for the SINCERE WISHES to All Jewry For a Happy and Prosperous NEW YEAR >o u o SINCERE WISHES To All Jewry for a HAPPY NEW YEAR • BEN ('. WILLARD Judge of CRIMINAL COURT for DADE COUNTY : I r T Justice of the I'eac* .5119 Main Highway COCONUT GROVE W. CECIL WATSON County Commissioner of Dade Countv BEST WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR to Our JEWISH FRIENDS MR. and MRS. PAUL M. MARTENS CHAS. M. FISHER Superintendent of Schools A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL J. N. (Newt) LUMMUS, Jr. TAX ASSESSOR FOR DADE COUNTY A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR TO ALL $ JUDGE W. F. BLANTON } } ill County Court of Dade Countv £\% '' V SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR E. B. LEATHERMAN Clerk of Circuit Court for Dade County That the Coming Year May Be Full of Happiness, Joy and Prosperity for All Jewry is the Sincere Wish of Dan Chappell



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Tape Forty THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 27 '. 1935 .. THE ENEMY WITHIN \ N % %  •x Year Message I"n tidenl l.aj Ej B. J. 'II : N [1 ion. < "ii rence ol IF l> 'I Rabbit and La] men of 1 !>'rida \ and onservatn* BKST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR CHARLIE DILLON CONSTABLE Civic Bids;. •... %  [NDIFFERFISH%  %  %  SKI FISHXESS .ta ;ei %  %  INTOLERAN" KM K. KNV'i NESS, which i? !" i r;'; : „ ,' %  ';'.'' %  A -' %  IMl il ;: JW M SELFISHonI / M % %  ''• INTERFERENCE haand will Yi %  % %  ;; indermine the Syna-. %  standing of one ai : Ti : ; • Thi : A HAPPY NEW YEAR D. E. SOX Chief of Police CORAL GABLES :. Only a cat those afl ENVY, which has blems. Let us rat with our Rabbis and %  itteea • uphold th< Sacrednesa and Dignity of our TRADITIONAL JUDAISM. SINCERE GREETINGS for a HAPPY NEW YEAR • •• MRS. CORA BAIN CITY CHARITIES £ A HAPPY NEW YF.AR i >r io^a^aet-scoccceooeoocecc ST WISHES a HAPPY NEW YEAR &f C. B. PARKER DEPl I > TAX COLLECTOR for DADE COUNTY A HAPPY AND o %  o o c '% PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR g ro ALL I \ 1 J. W. WATSON, JR. %  o o o o %  o o o o ooaaioacnocooooocoooctloo BEST WISHES o • o City Attorney MIAMI. FLA. o %  o %  o O o To All Jewry for for A HAPPY NEW YEAR A. B. SMALL Judge of (he Civil Court of Record DADE COUNTY WM. C. HILL Postmaster MIAMI, FLORIDA •%  L.IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIH BEST WISHES for a = HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR LOUIS McREYNOLDS City Paymaster | .MIAMI, FLORIDA nmiiiiiiiiiimiii mini n | B % %  %  %  %  %  i BEST WISHES %  for %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR %  %  CAPT. w. J. MCCARTHY \ %  Miami Police Dept. Vxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx GREETINGS and BEST WISHES N. P. LOWRY Building Inspector City of Miami SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR ill LEONARD K. THOMSON TAX COLLECTOR for DADE COUNTY THE CITY OF MIAMI Recognizing the participation of Its Jewish citizens in every civic and welfare movement for the good of the general community, takes pleasure in extending to all Jewry sincere wishes for A Happy New Year A. D. H. FOSSEY, Mayor E. G. SEWELL, ROBERT R. WILLIAMS, L. L. LEE, City Manager ALEXANDER ORR, JR., ORVILLE RIGBY, Commissioners


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Page Fifty TH JBWI8H FLOBIDUl* Frida _y September 2; | "DO NOT SEPARATE THYSELF" A New Year Message I;, KAHHI LEONARD J. ROTHSTEIN Temple Both El, St. Petersburg, Pit. The natural impulse for a rabbi dwell upon the tragic plight cf our people in many countries of the world and, more particularly, in Germany; to advert to the saddening fact that, once again, Jew? have become "the tribe of the weary breast and wandering foot." The spectacle that confronts ina Jews. Some observe the Dieus should challenge to the fullest '-ary Laws and salve their lewish the humanitarian instincts of those conscience with that. Others visit more fortunately placed. We who the House of Prayer in the Holy can give should give i" the utDays or on the occasion of Yahrmost of our ability to the ameliorseit and feel that they have thereation at best, but melancholy—of by discharged their Jewish obligaour distressed brothers' lot. tion. Hut I insist that the first Hut another matter needs stressloyalty of the .leu ito the coning a matter local ami personal, gregation and that not until he has "Do not separate thyself from the become part ami parcel of a Temcongregation" was tininjunction pie or Synagog (which constitute rabbi. No people the finest expression of the genius should he impressed with the vaof our people) is he worthy of our of this injunction quite as proud heritage, forcibly as the Jewish people, for My New Year message to tin 1 unto no people has religion iof which affiliated i-, therefore, "Ho not tincongregation is the organized separate thyself from the congreexpression) meant as much as to gation." sponsibilitiea to Him and to man's higher nature. The symbolic act of sounding the Shofar, or ram's | n. Which is performed ill the ., iii obedience to the scriptural precept, is intended to bring home to the Israelite this aspe i of tin 1 day's meaning. It ia solemn occasion, though r.ot a mournful one. It is a day chastened memories, a day 01 them. Literally, it was their tree of life. Certainly without it they would, long ere this, have passed reflecting on man's frailty of charfrom the stage of history. <*er. But beneath this sombre V,.,. in spit< of these facts, sense of weakness, both physical which should be compelling, there •"' ""':>>• Ilu lv lu ''" the u : are all too many of our people who '1 Iper'a heart the serene certitude are, religiously speaking, wanderof God's justice and mercy. Speed, members: of the League Against War and Fascism, who are charged with throwing ink on Guido Colonna, Italian vice-Consul, during an argument in his office on September 7th, was thrown into an uproar when .Mrs. Kohir accused ('(donna of insulting the Jewish race -Mrs. Kolar alleged that when .-he called Colonna a Fascist he retorted: "Of course we're Fascists, but we're not .lews." This remark caused Magistrate Drcyer to halt the trial. Colonna was not Says Italian Nice-Consul Insulted Jew s New York (UN'S) The trial of Mrs. Julia church Kelar. greatgreat-granddaughter of a Revolutionary general, and .Miss Jane AIR TRANSPORTATION | Eaitt#rn All Linei and connecting overinR the entire Uniti**! State Pan American Alrwayi to South American iiorti and Islands, Ais. direct representative* B GREETINGS THE THIRST STATION I Okeechobee Rd. and Florida At WEST PALM BEACH Famous for Sandwiches and Drinks .iimiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiimiii i inn i %  III COMPLIMENTS OP THE SEASON FERGUSON FUNERAL HOME West Palm Beach, Fla. Phones ."". 172--.1T:i BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR Southern Dairies West Palm Reach Miami Fort Lauderdah %  %  •, %  SINCERE WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAB FLORIDA PUBLIC UTILITIES COMPANY ")1< Clematis Street WEST PALM BEACH, FLORIDA \ HAPPY NEW YEAR LFAR CO. t56 FLAMINGO DRIVE—WEST PALM BEACH rw!!*!!i Ki!, k 1 ,,, HomouenLed Vitamin D MUk-MJ %  u tearbtd Milk-Sweet Cream—Buttermilk-Cottage lhe*£ S£ w !" i1J^r ^""-Freeh Florida Egg—Ice <> "* Sole Distributor! PENNOCK CERTIFIED MILK



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Friday, September 27, 1M5 THE JEWISH FI.ORIDIAN Page Seventeen Jews in Contemporary Literature (Continued from Pace 9) Island Within" ranks with .,,,11, iif the best novels America ;,,,, produced. And yet its greatEi restricted greatness, failn g :n the universal glow which %  a ihe mark of all enduring literWaldo Frank has understood to utei extent the interdependif the modern world, but is primarily an essayist and irelist. He has a less peneg intuition than Lewisohn he motives and aspirations n and women. abih'ty to burnish words hey glitter is not always • chief requirement of a novelThia was demonstrated by Nathan in "Road of Ages." A wril "i" persuasive charm and nlity, Nathan became lost immensity of the theme he had chosen. He had : the understanding of Jewish life nor the strength to hold together the vast proportions of •:.canvas. these rambling remarks ided, we proceed to a brief ;,t ion of each of the ten of the year." 'The Forty Hays of Musa Dash" inz Werfel should he read a century from now with the same ption and emotional enthrallwhich mark its reader today. not merely the account of %  verenl self-assertion of the people against fate and particularly against the Turks. It the seemingly endless ;' the minority to free %  i the physical and spiritual ression of the majority. atness of Werfel's theme •ii matched by the beauty which he has etched it in \"t since "Power" of sevars ago has there been a f o<|tial magnitude in conon and execution. Albert Halper is the most com• I' wish writer of the "pron" novel. "The Foundry" him in the forefront of his where he remains an isod a powerful figure. This of industrial life, as observed engraving plant, gives Halopportunity to present not 1 n and women hut the COnwhich mold them. Halper "He .lew who can rightfully illy take his place among the Americans who are rcvolutionwing the American literary outlook. He still lacks the mature understanding which richer experience will probably bring him. Hut :it the present moment he seems to have the gift for penetrating the curtain of life. The highly prized quality of objectivity, which is always demanded by critics who hate to be stirred emotionally by facts which they would rather avoid, i< to he l '" 1 "" 1 '" Leo Lania's "Land of Promise." After a brief introduc; ""> to Jewish life in Poland during the War he changes the scene to Germany, to which the Polish Jews had been invited by General Ludendorff and where they could begin a new life, a: he Yiddish posters along the countryside promised them. Through the personalities of a Jewish girl and her father on one side and an Aryan professor on the other, Lania synthesizes the new Germany, insofar as a novel can surpass the daily news dispatches in summarizing a present historical event. The moaning and wailing heard a few paragraphs hack must subside into a respectful silence in the presence of Henry Roth, author of "Call It Sleep." He knows the life I of Jews, the life of the poor, the alarms and the hopes which race tbieugh the average mind. His dissection of the personality of the Jewish youngster of New York's East Side is a first novel which needs no patronizing because it is a first. Hope which flickered out is rekindled into enthusiasm by Henry Roth. If he can maintain the pace he has set for himself he will he a major person on the American literary seem-. The proportion of two European Jewand two American Jews is again unbalanced by the fifth selection among the five most important novels. It is the posthumous "Kerkhoven's Third Ex stcine" the most impressive of Jakob Wassermann's latter novels. In this autobiographical dirge Washerman unburdens himself of the agonies, the doubts, the bitter disillusionment which have been the lot of his major literary characters. His portrait of a woman is the most devastating study of the feminine sex that we know. Wassermann's last testament to the world is an explanation of his carer and an introduction to his literary spirit. The pre-eminent international position of Harold J. I.aski as a synthesizer of academic politicoeconomic theories with the facts of modern life is further strengthened by his "The State in Theory and Practice." Notable for its persuasive prose and the clarity which it introduces into even the most complicated political problems, l.aski's hook ian unparalleled introduction to a liberal interpretation of' contemporary government. It is; unfortunate, however, that I.aski stops abruptly after having been pushed forward headlong by the force of his views. He becomes hesitant to affirm vigorously the only conclusion to which his premises can arrive. "Erasmus" is treated with tendeicare by Stefan Zweig, because he regards the humanist as an exemplar after whom the liberal of today must model his own life. The conflict between Erasmus and I.uther, and the entire background of the Protestant Reformation are treated with understanding and sympathy. For those who enjoy the interpretation of history through analysis of the molders of that history, Zweig's biography is an essential book to read. In his portrait of Michel de Montaigne, as assembled in "The Autobiography of Montaigne," (Continued on Page I* I SINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR ROBERT PITCH SMITH ARCHITECT 21112 S. W. 27th Ave. MIAMI, FLORIDA r BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR T. E. TRICE Seybold BIdg. 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LET US GIVE OF OURSELVES A New Year Message B) F{ \HBI S. M. MAI HI! 1 Founder and Director i Radm Syn| : • i wehayenol Ma i • ndi • Wil 'At this ua wh • view lii : ur : at ::: : ; ngol the Cau.the humai • on its pa' • tablishment of the Kingdom of God u %  ir arr.• • we f %  D I and momentary y. How an we, without I repeat r.t and ritual %  H • : y D h our. -. we must • bat our i1 .-'.:'u labors field %  'lation• THE JEWISH FLOBIDIAN -' •.. it i to sa and to OU I • • J, A-. : a'I in all flitter ires of ; usinflicts ts wars and ts man and man. S t :or centuriaru< It; .. i unashamed as it has the n -o unredeemed. The ring and the tortured from Arctic labor camps and German campand prisons and • lands. We need more than ever to be Jews. The pagan vs it not needs more than ever that we do not fall in .-. remain Ji and men of Geist, :•" %  September 27, %  the love between man %  .. a Ik. • thi Gei ... %  g their darkand war and also recur sii -. -—which are pre of those imputed to US • • pagans. We have gone to Dl and broken our commandmi nt: Thou shalt not kill helped to increase the sum of pagan knowledge without _-;, %  : : r its moral use. We have i eyes that see not and ears not upon the authentic Me-hiach of this age, the spiritual th by reintegration of the > % %  : %  Jewish people, both here i n nj and in the land of our f atneM J have been indifferent to the aid! est good of ourselves and „, Ir kind and our feet have been nu only on the errands „i hl ^ I. Do you want a Year and a happier and morell. ful one? Be Jews—be J eW | (Copyright, 1985, by Seven Aft Feature Syndicate) XEW YEAR GREETINGS PALACE SERVICE STATION ISM W. Flagler St. Phone 2-917S NEW YEAR GREETINGS PIERCE'S FILLING STATION 7712 N. E. 2nd Ave. Phone Edgewater 1220 COMPLIMENTS OK THE ROBERT CLAY HOTEL SEASON 129 S. E. Fourth St. Phone 3-2601 ... lealisu ists. : to give ou Day finds u ;. it %  to the win Is and tn d i ... ir all that the Jewish c nent of the ai hall, in a reeat gifts of our .:. %  %  rs, %  %  %  %  BENJAMIN COHEN ExtendHis Sincere Wishes To All His Relativt-s and Friend? for a HAPPY NEW YEAR A HAPPY NEW YEAR arthur berel, inc. JUNIORS', MISSES' AND WOMEN'S APPAREL Hri-HS E. Flagler St. MIAMI. FLORIDA v X %  all the lid have • • • • Rosh Ha-Shanah Bj II DWIG LEWISOHN i Page %  ':• jfOtt Germai It might But thi .ii ism; the tuck i trade. at %  '..'. in agony t" his He Ity, not L" and at %  lii But under his (thousand I Jews are remembering their J( wishm -.-. are remembering nd whence they came ind '; • nat ire of and ai heart SINCERE WISHES for a £ VERY HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR To All Our Jewish Friends and Patrons A HAPPY NEW YEAR PEERLESS AWNING CO. RAY WESTCOTT, Mgr. 121 Aragon Ave, (ORAL GABLES % %  A I:'.. NEW YEAR %  1 \ Ou %  h I MIAMI REI REATION I II B 51 N. E. Firsl St. • A •. i : NEW YEAR MRS MARY E. THOMPSON 1120 N. u. 3rd Ave. Phone %  595 K A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. F. SMITH National Detective A gene j Iniiraham Bids. ^mitiiiiiiiimiHiiimiiiiitillliilnm tiiiMiimiiHilimiMliillllltimini A HAPPY NEW YEAR PETE'S BARBER SHOP Halcyon Arcade No. I Phone 2-0355 nm III III H IH HI ilium iiiiiiH niHMif ii IIIU mmii m iiium i i i H f St. ouse or otover Huntington Bldg. MIAMI. FLORIDA %  ^>XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX\XVXXXX\XXX\XXX\\XXXXXXXXXXXXXX\WWJ | A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI IU RGLAB ALARM 0. C. G. HODGES 1969 S. W. Hlth St. S'EW YEAR JOHN BORDAS 2315 V W. 7th Ave. MIAMI, I I \. A HAPPY NEW YEAR SAM I). WALLACE Safe Deposit Bldg. '>>.. -.\ xxxxxv*xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxy*M>V vV%<



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Friday, September 27, 1935 THB JBWISH FLORJDIAN PaRe Forty-one PLAIN TALK 'A Speech to God on Rosh Hashonah" By AL SEGAL Appeal to League of Nations Aid German Jews to This is the season when the Jew (if he is conscious at all as to what these holy days are all about) takes up philosophy. He looks at himself and he looks at God. 0 my Lord God, how strangely Thou hast made me! An immortal who at times wonders for what he lives. A son of prophets whose voice must hawk goods in the market place. A peacemaker who is trampled by the feet of all the armies. A meek man who outliveth all the arrogance that has oppressed him. A man without a sword to whom it hath been given look even a thousand years later at the rusted swords of his enemies in the glass cases of museums. "0 God, when I carry Thy law and am the saint, I am burned; and when I forget Thy law and am the sinner also then are the faggots kindled under me. When I am like other men and gather wealth, 1 am condemned for greed, but when 1 take up the prophet's mantle to offer a vision of righteousness for the eyes of men I am accused of a rebellious spirit which is tlic enemy of man. "When I am rich I am despised as one who hath robbed the poor and when 1 am poor I am despised for my rags and the unkempt tanmy beard. When I separate myself from the .society of mankind, they say to me, 'Why art thou different from other people?' Km when I seek the company of all men, to be of them, they say to me, 'Thou seekest to be like other men when thou art but a Jew' and they set me apart. "0 my Lord God, why hast Thou made me this paradox? Thou hast given me certain talents and I am the artist, or the great physician, or one learned in the law, or one that knoweth the secrets of the universe; but when by reason of these strengths I have risen high, I am reviled 'Jew! Jew! Thou lias ascended to high places that are for others' and they smite me down. "I that hath had the courage to live even a thousand years of pain tremble before my enemies. They smite me and 1 fear to cry out my pain, lest the enemies become more enraged. I am hero and coward in one. "Thou hast given me good banners to carry in the world ... the banners of Thy law and the banners of Thy prophets ... to carry them before the eyes of men, but I fear to raise them, lest men say: •What doth this Jew seek? This is a Jew that carries these banners.' "O God, for what reason am I more burdened than other men? I carry my own small sins, but must carry also the sins of other men from among my people; for of the sinner they say, 'He is a Jew, a (Continued on Page 42) Geneva (WNS)— The Assembly of the League of Nations, now in session here, has taken under consideration a telegraphic appeal from Dr. Stephen S. Wise, president of the Committee of Jewish Delegations, that the league take some action against the "cruel persecution and defamation of German Jews." Dr. Wise's appeal said: "Anti-Jewish legislation in the Third Reich represents a regression to medieval policy with regard to Jews, and creates in the heart of Europe of the 20th century a new ghetto for the purpose of oppressing and dishonoring the Jewish people. By outlawing German Jews, by carrying on systematically anti-Jewish propaganda the world over and by spreading racial theories which imply a negation of the very principle of equality of rights for all peoples and races, the policy of the Third Reich destroys the basis of modern civilization and the League of Nations, as the embodiment of the hopes and ideals pursued by the noblest minds of all lands. We appeal to you and through you to the League of Nations, in the unshaken belief, to which we Jews have clung throughout the centuries of our tragic history, that forces of right cannot fail to prevail, that the conscience of mankind will not tolerate that Jews should be degraded in this century as pariahs. The struggle against the anti-Jewish policy of the Third Reich is a task incumbent upon humanity, whose future is menaced in the increasingly threatening tendencies displayed by this policy. The Jewish people will pursue with inflexible determination the struggle which has been thrust upon them in the unfailing hope that all peoples who prize liberty and justice, and in particular the states which are members of the League, will stand by it in its defense of the fundamental principles of humanity." A HAPPY NEW YEAR LOSEY, THE FLORIST 1519 N. W. 28th St. Phone 2-1558 GREETINGS ERNIE SEILER Recreation Dept. City of Miami BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR BON TON CLEANERS 150 W. Flagler St. 687 N. W. Fifth Ave. Sincere Wishes for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR PAUL C. BRIDGHAM GENERAL CONTRACTOR 142 N. \V. 15th Ave. Phone 3-2281 BEST WISHES To My Jewish Friends and Patrons for A HAPPY NEW YEAR J. J. BEACH REAL ESTATE 108 Shoreland Arcade MIAMI _'i imiiiiiiin nun. 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THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 2 '• 1935 Jews in Contemporary Literature i :•-•". • %  • • %  • :'.' %  < best fict ks f the year. Its percept ipeak not • .• it tl %  modern cu field -• a : %  may war.: to %  • .. for i ssible referen e in selecting bookthat able more than sis months from • eluded: "A Pan rama of an I terat in Fi \ Bertauz, "Men and W n en," Magnus Wei:'last I %  k, F.mil Lud"Hinder burg," JoR th'i "Ati-Christ," AvraDostoyi -.sky" | A %  • ract :• sion ii five non-fiction rid as I Se< It" by E i i %  II n Cur si of the : f Mr Louis D. Bra right Sevei Vrti led fi I % % % %  : I %  it Lai %  • len • it rj at lality that n ) and • ibject t Jesus is always ided by tl ( r and creed. g tak< n Ji sus' lifi r grai ted and with the new reliara • poetry • adapted 1 ttldj f the ind i ::.• n wl irrou and gave 1 '• mi .r.ine;. %  j %  %  %  %  that tance t< at such .. A in Palt wide cultural kground, Mr Revu lit II ;. his ;• -both %  %  f usi • tccept ilid tan;nd by %  %  tint !hat ". you Nazi man. rell'inir the people ent of p | an Here and there, whereer yoi 0. yotl Bill) man! '•'•Wh> don't you Ret wise to th you can't pull the wool over his kind'eyes With your Nordio. 'Aryan. • • ird%  %  %  %  Dr. I • %  Other Books Mentionable • %  1 •' ty of ; : Shoplan. Life at Mai I" %  you Xaii man! Back" Instead of a L-reat man. merely a hate man. ifau^ "u ill not last Ions nar j fa beagaii %  %  f psycl With Goering and Goebbels and Streicher and Schmilt And the re-t of your brown shirt throng. Heil! You Nazi man!! w uld With that cookie-duster mustache t„ the utmost the heart, head and hand qualities bestowed ,,n me bj thmen in reaped and t> love one: ti> weave the Thread of Eternal Optimism into the lives of all with whom I may come in contact; to worship Nature and the Great spirit that conceived it all—j n a word, to play the Game of life with a steady hand and a qualmless conscience and real desire to be of And, say—if I can live up to the mark, don't you i hink I've corralled about all Ine creed that is necessary? a service, on that serious pan. You'll wake up in the well-known "can." Oh. >ou Nazi man! VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR 0. YOI" NAZI MAN— f >our super manMY RELIGION. M> Religion—To be able to look every man squarely in the eyes; to make friend' and hold them; to keep clean of mind and body; to smile at ill-fortune; to laugh at my mistakes: to frown when temptation comes a-visiting; to be ready with a word of cheer when that word will help; to stri\e to develop BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR 0 0* HECKS GARAGE Complete Auto Sen ice 804 First St. MIAMI BEACH Phone 5-1122 BEACH LAUNDRY >41 First Street Miami Beach j iliiiliilllllllll llllllllllllll Ill tilllllllllllll i i ,.. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR | (ATE SCHOOL of INDIVIDUAL INSTRUCTION 807 Collins Ave.. Miami Beach Phone 5-177!) F=> I t %  11111111111111 %  11111 %  1111 %  %  • %  %  I • %  %  • i %  111 %  111 %  1111111111 %  111 %  111 i i %  i jiiiiiniiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiin: = BEST WISHES FOR A VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR ; DR. F. H. EISHER | MIAMI BEACH = § OPTOMETRIST = Glasses Fitted or Repaired E | 212 Fifth St. Phone 5-2343 E Fiiiiiiiiiiililiiiiliiliiiiliilillliiiniiiliiiiiiiiiiiiilliiniiiiiilllllliiiii nin7 purr A HAPPY NEW YEAR JOHN SKINNER ARCHITECT 1000 Lincoln Boat) MIAMI BEA< II ZJZ' ) u [NG. SIN HOY RESTAURANT IKE GILROY J17 Fifth Street VII \MI BE \< II ^< >" I I I %  l-Slfl Mil. & IRI \\<,| E i O. BJ ARCHITECTS 51 PPI il 11". Espanola Way, Miami Beach' %  HAPPY NEW Yl HABBY 0. NELSON X \R( Mil I ( I 0 1153 Collins Ave. .Ml \Mi BEACH lIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIMIIIIli = BF ST WISHES = I = = A HAPPY NEW YEAR 5 | MURRAY F. DIXON | ARCHITECT | ii Miami Beach E ?iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiinr A HAPPY AN'Ii PROSPERi %  NEW YEAR HOTEL (iOOD G. A. GOOD, Mg 1301 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEAt II WE EXTEND BEST WISHES TO ALL JEWRY FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR Miami Beach Kosher Market 329 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH • 11 JOE REISMAN Choice Meats .1 A( K \\I ( HER %  i POI II m -i I.Ol'IS HENDEL (c REV. s. GUTTMAN t. Fruits and Vegetables Groceries and Delicatexsei T W \K II FOR oi R OPENING VNNOl NCEMENT MAY THE NEW YEAR BRING TO OUR MANY JEWISH FRIENDS AND PATRONS AN ABUNDANCE OF HEALTH, AND HAPPINESS T THE PEOPLE'S GAS COMPANY Miami Beach, Florida eoeoooooo %  AOOO •' Gas D oesn't COST /£_gAVV' 7''^ ==l



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Kday, September 27, 1935 THE JEWISH FI.OKIDIAN "Let Us Understand Each Other!" Pajri' Seven THE WHINEKS A New Year Message 'Ban k m Bl" Yecholim all Israel, every one who arc I don't mind a man with a redblooded kick At .1 real or fancied wrong; I can stand for the chap with a grouch, if he's quick To drop it when joy comes along; I have praise for the fellow who says what he thinks, Though his thought! may not fit But spare i with mine; I am willing to listen to sinner or "OK"'!" I imillllllll 11,1 \\. F. PAYNE • % %  i ii Floor Sanding and Finishing 413 N. K. 89th St. Phone Bdgewater 1917 BEST WISHES = for I A HAPPY NEW YEAR | 'Id All My Jewish Friends — By RABBI MAX SHAPIRO Beth David Congregation Sheballe Teahuvalare advancing with slow and undlm, Kin Zaddikim Gem i n, certain steps, with tear-stained L !*T.? d rr. I r' f acea and "" 1 head Tiu '-v. too, Mother /.ion's children, but : ^ ut K l )a "' me from having to mix they have wanwitn the ginks, dered far away U '"" K through the world with a n ,l cut the wh-ne. bonds of love that link them to their brothis. These are the lust sheep of '.he House of Israel, who have discarded the affections and loyalties of their r hi Id hood days, ii"Miiiim minium UMMIMN < who departed, Llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllir. thinking never = to return. Now E they are return= i n g, knowing E not the welcome = that awaits E them. Will their E brothers whom E E thej despised, their .Mother whom ~ = i i | accompany it. Let us they had neglected, meet them = = I friends, lest our selt'-sufwith the vengeful ami mocking E l()|l\ It O'RFAR = I i or our spirit of arrogance smile of triumph? For in the past. = = whence there is no returnthey had often mocked the hop,-g, „„ „.,.„„„„ = and aspirations of' their brothers, I lie permitted to begin my Lost Sheep of Israel you need I lashanah message this year have no fear! Upon the mountain ill a panorama: Upon a lofty top stands .Mother Zion, smilinir |untain top we stand every year, through her tears with arms out. the hillsides, the rollstretched, fields and the distant valleys. Yes, the children are returning, Dm the mountain peak we see for the Shofar blast is sounded; Ire are roads throbbing with life, not the blast of the ram's horn th tilstreams of pilgrims asalone, hut the blasting of hopes, i to the Mountain of the lie alarm of persecution, the trourd' House, For these marching bled tidings of a new wave of >tare the children of Israel, hatred and Buffering. Far more irning home to their Mother tragic than the physical assaults It. i -or to the goal of their upon the .lews in Germany, more | there tread her most loyal cruel than the economic destruci a I daughters who have never tion being visited upon our broth| their Mother and whose ers, is the spiritual debacle, the !'in her has never lost its inbreaking of the pipe dream of asMty. tin the lower ridges of similatioii. the blunt emergence of tain are those of her chilthe self-evident truth that .lews f i have drawn away from "' ( Jcwa fir8t whether they re/^ I .. ., membi r it or not. So there has I rnal root, but who, on the „„ saint Who is willing to fi^ht for his rights, And there is something in an honest complaint That the soul of me really delights; For kickers are useful and grouches are wise, For their purpose is frequently fine, from having to mix with the guys Who go through the world with a whine. >OC 30< >OC DO 0 GREETINGS JOHN A. MOORE and BISCAYNE KNCHNEERING COMPANY 218 N. F. Second Ave. CC >oc DO< • o tme enough be brave, and L es t enough Ireco g n ize It.., examines conduct and e p a r es his kral Inventory. Luine P e n iIce, during the jricxl c o m kneing w i t h Hashanah I ending with loin Kippur, list come with pfession; not izy regrets, Ifinite ad| n of fault) of -in. | %  >:i 0 I alone is not Ifji %  Delei niinat ion t di li SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR SOUTH ATLANTIC MORTGAGE CO. PHILIP DUSENBURY T. B. HAMILTON 12S N. E. First St. Phone 8-3679 %  %  BEST WISH KS for a VERY HAPPY NEW YEAR To All My Jewish Friends C. H. BANCROFT S II () L E M Bes1 Wishes for a Happy and PEACEful New Year CEO. W. PEACE & CO. Manufacturers of Millwork, Etc. 2(1 N. W. .tllh St. Phone 2-2564 a u u a LI El %¡ %  %  SINCERE WISHES for a HAPPY NEW YEAR DR. A. T. KNOWLES Veterinarian 2936 N. W. 17th Ave. LI %  a %  HEARTY GREETINGS AND BEST WISHES FEDERAL HAKE SHOP F. A. GRIMMIG, Mgr. Wedding and Party Cakes Our Specialty >oc 30< >o< >Q< BEST WISHES On the New Year CORA I, WAY DRY CLEANERS 227 (oral Way (oral Gables Ev. .1(1 u I Wishing Our Jewish Friends \ HAPPY NEW YEAR been a return, and many of Is| 1 %  occasion8 return to iraeI' 8 sons and daughters are alive vhence they are sprung. tl „ new awareness of their Jew1 e are fixed upon anish identity. I in the distance, who (Continued on Page 19) %  II IIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIItllllllllllllllllllll FREE SHOP ESTIMATE "i oc 30C :>o< 1 >oo >oero > Our Sincere Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR To All Our Jewish Customers and Friends %  Of Repair* to Any Kiidio. Kiprri. Ill: "in Service. Auto Radio Btwctoliati KENT RADIO CO. : I-Ml w PLAGLBR. PHONE 2-3843 : Tube PrlCM finally Urdu nil "im n HMD iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiininiii Ulllllllllllllltlll? A HAPPY ANT) PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR SIXTH ST. J DRUG STORK / 1474 S. W. (iih St. / GORDON ROGERS, Prop. $ JIMMMIIIIIIllltUII'MilT III'III Il'llllllllllilillllm Hlllllllllllll in '"'it n niiii'iiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii in iiiiiiiiitiniiir. Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR FLORIDA AWNING CO. 1332 N. W. 7th Ave., Miami %  IMHIII Illllllll lUtlHIIIIillltllU Illltll iltll"lllillllll, DOWNTOWN GARAGE GRAHAM SERVICE Hay and Nite Service PARKING %  SI S. W. 1st St. Phone 2-72.i.i We Wish for Our Many \ Jewish Friends and Customers I A MOST HAPPY NEW YEAR a i .; New York Bread & Cake Co. Mr. and Mrs. I. Scholnik and Family 171 S. W. Stb SI. 162 N. W. ">th SI. Phone 2-7852 f/C"WJ'Al BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR T IMPERIAL WOOD CARVING SHOPS. INC. Makers (tl Custom Built Furniture 1775 S. W. Eighth St. (;. W. GANSIL, Pres. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR LEE & FRAZEL, INC. Real Estate—Insurance—Property Management 129 N. E. First St. Phone 2-3660 FREEMAN & SONS, Inc. 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Friday. September 27, 1M6 ewish News Around the World ))ulch Merchants Reverse Self and Organize to Back Boycott Amsterdam (WN'S)—Reversing [heir previous attitude of opposition to the anti-Nazi boycott, hun[g of Dutch firms engaged in Ihc manufacture or ready made Nothing ami kindred goods pledged vis unanimously to support the boycott and undertook to : the boycott in Holland by ammunicating with leaders of (iihcr lines of business in this coun1 This pledge was taken sifaiultaneousy with a meeting of 10,BOO Patch citizens of all creeds meeting under the auspices of the %  Committee for Special Jewish In|(, rests. The meeting adopted a tion expressing horror at the anti-Semitic legislation in %  Germany and appealing to all peoIplcs not to cease their protest unItil the rights of German -lews have ll.'cn restored. Among the speakI lather II. Drost of Rot-t %  terdam, Dr. Le Visser, vice-presiUi-nt of the High Council of the lands; professors from Amis:.! dam University, two Protesninisters and the chief rabbi Icf Amsterdam. No. 4 announced that a resolution had been passed to request the executive committee of the Constitutional Grand Lodge to re-examine and reconsider the question of endorsing the boycott of German made goods. The resolution will be presented to the executive committee when it meets in Cincinnati next January by Judge Isadore M. Golden of Sun Francisco, first vicepresident of the Constitutional Grand Lodge, and P. Allen Rickles, of Seattle, president of District Grand Lodge No. l, and an effort will be made to have the entire order to go on record officially in favor of the boycott. Hundreds of members of the 40 B'nai B'rith lodges in District l. which embraces California, Oregon, Utah, -Montana, Arizona, New Mexico, Washington and British Columbia, have been supporting the boycott openly as individuals for quite some time. Mizrachi to Settle Orthodox American .ies in Palestine P'nai B'rith District I Urgefl Order to Support Boycott teles (WN'S) —A move to If.t the B'nai B'rith tO change its attitude of opposition to %  the anti-Nazi boycott was launched I here when, following a recording ibmitted by mail, memf the general committee of 1 B'l : District Grand Lodge New York (UN'S) Establishment of a Mizrachi I.and Development Corporation for the colonization of American Orthodox Jews in Palestine was authorized at the annual conference here of the naGREETINGS JOSEPH H. NAUSS Realtor 11 i Coral Way Phone Ev. ISO CORAL GABLES, FLORIDA A HAPPY NEW YEAR HENRY WILSON State Road Dent. It Is a Pleasure to Extend Season's Greetings and Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR 1 THE REXALL_DRUG ~STORES ] THE JEWISH FLORIDIAN g "" J -" !" **~*' 1 %  %  %  ... | tional executive of the American Mizrachi Organization. The proposed corporation is to purchase large tracts of land, develop it and gradually help settle middle class colonists as well as laborers of religious inclinations and observances with the assurance of proper means Of sustenance and ability to conduct a truly traditionally Jewish life in Palestine. The president of Mizrachi was instructed to name a committee of business men and experts on Palestine colonization and land buying to study the project and report at the Mizrachi convent inn next January. The national executive also launched a national membership drive for •_'.">.niio new members. Page Forty-five Ham Thalheimer and Sidney O. Levinson. By means of a serum obtained from the blood of convalescent scarlet fever patients the two doctors obtained a substance which when injected into persons suffering from haemolytic streptococcus has proved helpful. Jewish Physicians Develop Serdm lor Dreaded Disease A HAPPY NEW YEAR FORT DALLAS HOTEL Reasonable Rates by Day or or Week Open All Year Round 126 N. E. 12th St. Miami KATZ LIQUOR STORK 2306 Collins Ave. MIAMI BEACH Opp. Koney Plaza Hotel Extends NEW YEAR GREETINGS Chicago (WNS)—Development of a serum for the deadly haemolytic streptococcus is reported by two Jewish physicians, Drs. Wilj AHERN FUNERAL HOME FRANCIS AHERN, Pres. 1S49 West Flagler Street Telephone 2-2211 AMBULANCE SERVICE ROBBINS ROOFING A SHEET METAL WORKS Responsible Roofers Since 1919Inspections and Estimates Free. 222 N. W. 26th St. Phone 2-3705 A HAPPY NEW YEAR MONEY AVAILABLE at low rates of interest for repairing or building complete house. Complete stock new building material. Guaranteed 2.v. Saving to You n Good Reconditioned Material. EZELL LUMBER & SUPPLY CO. 2 KM N. W. 7th Ave. Phone 2-7l."iN \\\\\\\\\\\X\N\\\\\\\\\^ DR. AND MRS. '$ CHAS. BECKWITT J ? $ Extend to All Their Friend? / < / S and Patrons Best Wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR BARFIELD EMPLOYMENT AGENCY ti \. W. Third Ave. MIA MI BEST WISHES for a M W\-\ NEW ^ EAR BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR THE SCHLAMP STUDIO 2134 Biscayne Blvd. Phone 2-2532 $ BEST WISHKS > for a HAPPY NEW YEAR OUSLER SANDWICH ("O. I T f Special Attention Given to }* / Picnics and Fishing Parties H / bid S. W. 2nd Ave. £ Phone 2-277(1 £ 7*^^^*^xxx\x%\%\\v\V BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI STOVE EXCHANGE 1721-2.5 S. W. First St. %  MIAMI. I I.A. Beet Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAR ATLANTIC SHOE SHOP 21(1 N. K. First Ave. MIAMI To Our Many Jewish Friends and Patrons We Wish A HAPPY AMI PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR For I'rompt Service (all a BLUE AND GRAY CAB RIDE IN SAFETY AND COMFORT LOWEST MIAMI KATES Ci >" 2-4141 20 N. W. First Ave. H. FRIEDMAN •f SKA CREST HOTEL Extends Best Wishes for A HAPPY NEW YEAB E'Huiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimimigj REST WISHES for a ; = HAPPY NEW YEAR I || GEO. L. DIXON CO. \ \ Hotel and Restaurant Equipment "00 N. E. 2nd Ave. I'hone 2-67SI niNlllllllllliai iiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiii? Jllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllli:i!llllllllllllllllllllllll!IIIIIIIIMIIIIII ••BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAB To Our Jewish Friends and Patrons I A. H. RAMSEY & SONS, Inc. j 1 LOWE BROS. PAINTS ARCHITECTURAL MILLWORK = = 71 N. W. Eleventh Terrace Miami, Fla. E =f 11 1111111111 11111111111 M111111111 1111111111 %  i %  i %  t: %  i 1111111111111:11 1111111111~ JIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIII I Mil milllllllUIIIIIU I I KING FUNERAL HOME I 29 N. W. THIRD AVE. Phone 2-:{.">:r> Extends to Us Many Jewish Friends Sincere Wishes | for a | HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR 7 IIIM IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIH iiiiini H '" i" 15FST WISHES for a HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR H. L. COOK BEST WISHKS FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR M. 0. HUCK PAINT CO., INC. Distributors of LUCAS PAINTS ENAMELS LACQUERS VARNISHES BRUSHES WHOLESALE AM) RETAIL The Most Complete Line of Paints and Supplies 112 W. Flagler St. Phone 2-7(>5(i SMITHS CAFE -> Places" 517 N. Miami Ave. 522 NMiami Ave. BEST WISHES FOR A HAPPY NEW YEAR MIAMI THE MIAMI JEWISH ORTHODOX CONGREGATION Extends Sincere Wishes to All Jewry for a "K'SIVA VCHSIMO TOVAH" Seats for the High Holy Days May Be Obtained :.t the Synagogue, 1546 S. W. Third St. Rabbi Julius Washer. Cantor Boris Schlaehman in Charge



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September 27, 1935 THK JEWISH FLORIDIAN l'ajre Fifty-one A TIM E FOR P RAYER A New Year Message By RABBI MORRIS DAVID MARGOLIS Jacksonville Jewish Center, Jacksonville, Fla. ,. approach the end of the ( nd we gaze upon the larkening clouds that have the Jewish horizon the m r e a Ihout car. we lift lo God | r the I„,|of our Jo l igionists k j and I in in 1 lands, who %  being dent' their i rights and hie oppora time Llize t h e obligations | : %  upon Jewry the Ifortune to this land and democracy. While provide for the spiritual eial needs of our local com%  and work for the improvementn of our cultural and religions institutions, we must not forget that thousands of our unfortunate brethren across the sea arc stretch7^. innt;out their hands to us and are calling for help. As we gather in our synagogue to pray to God thai lie may forgive our misdeeds and purify our hearts, let us also pray that we may be imbued with the courage and spirit to live up to the great obligations that rest upon us in this crucial hour. May God grant our prayers that all men form a single band to do His Will with a perfect heart. and to live together in peace. righteousness and happiness. Jacksonville News Rabbi Morris D. Margolis will chant the Musaf services for Rosh Hashono at the Jacksonville Jewish Tenter. He will preach at the services Saturday and Sunday. An additional service will be held in the ''enter Auditorium, where tin' Junior Congregation will hold services of its own and members of the Religious School will officiate. benefit of the Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Aid Society and Home for the Aged. A large number of guests attended and a tidy sum was realized for the organization. Mr. and Mrs. Nathan Kodcn-ky announce the marriage of their daughter, Rose, to Mr. Joe Goldman of Lake Wales on September 8th. Miss Evelyn Silverman left Tuesday to make her home in New York. THE JACOBSKINI) FAMILY and (he SEABOARD SANITARY DAIRY Producers of the Finest Dairy Products H'i-h for the Jews of Miami and Miami Beach and All Israel A HAPPY NEW YEAR Services at the Jewish Temple will be in charge of Rabbi Israel IKaplan, who will preach at services tonight and tomorrow. The Ladies' Hebrew Sheltering Home at its last meeting made plans for a bridge and package party to be held in the Jewish Cen' ter on October 89th. In charge of this event is Mrs. H. Rosesn/.vaig. A well attended meeting of the Jewish Progressive Society was held last week. A program of activities for the coming season was planned and will be announced shortly. A meeting of the executive board of the Daughters of Israel was held last week. Plans for Succoth were announced. Reports of the year book sponsored by the organization were made. Mrs. M. I >. Margolis reported thai the Hebrew school had started and that transportation would be provided for children living in Riverside. Presidents of the different Jewish organizations spoke at a recent meeting of the Junior Hadassah. A musical program was presented as was a comedy skit. Refreshments were served. Miss Mollye Mizrahi presided at the business portion of the meeting and Miss Clara Kramer directed the cultural program for the evening. %  SEASON'S C.REETINt IS GENERAL TRADING CO. %  92ti N. Miami Ave. %  I'hone 2-3(120 The Temple Sisterhood will begin its formal season with a meeting and luncheon at the Windsor Hotel on Tuesday, October 1st, at noon. Mrs. II. Rosenvaig was hostess at a bridge party recently for the GREETINGS H. I). 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Pag %  THE JEWISH PLOBIDIAN Friday, September 27,, TASK AND CHALLENGE The Picture of Jewish Education in America Today B) BERNARD SEMIT. Salient farts and figures or Jewish education, throwing a revealing light on the importance and %-aatnesa of the problem iii our country. The author i* honorarj secretary of the Jewiah Education Association.—The Editor. Thei er a million Jewish children—little ones, bigger i i and big ones who should be spending Borne part of their preliring knowledge faitl traditions and the culture of thenpeople. Over a million of them is the estimate. :' mnd in the public of the land, in %  igh scl ils and in the higher f li arning, We may visualize them aa vast host or a ,-ing forward ithe future—our future, • ii ure of the Jewish people in ;. \ n I not only of the if America, hut of our peoeverjhere; for doesn't the : amply prove that Amei at is an important factor in • our people through%  %  How is tinvast equipped to perform tincharge %  j has laid upon it .' Arc they armed for this great and ; ? May we, the par-. go our way with cure feeling that our burden %  Til taken up by shoulders able in arrj it? This is a ques%  II which there may be va. but n iwell that ml who give the matter thought — II .lewshould give this matighl ; e in possession of the basic facts involved They should, in other words, haw -nine picture of thi -• al i • Jew ish education in B It may be argued, and ai. that figure.-, statistics, quantity are not important. In Jewii i. thought there runlike of the lowing importance of the individual human >ul. A Jewish says a popular Yiddish pi o\ annol easured, I the life of a lingle the Talmud, you have I a univei Si Any Jewish :. -ays the popular belief, me the n ithei of the Messiah. Any child of ours in whose heart and soul our great ami immemorial heritage has been implanted, may become his people's -a', lour. Quantity, true enough, is not the most important consideration. Nevertheless, anyone who desires a picture of the status of Jewish education in America cannot ignore the salient facts and figuri -. Over a million keen, bright-eyed, eager Jewish children, over a millien souls for whom we of the older generation, parentand communal worker-, must answer. Whatever oth,-r responsibilities h leadership may have, this one isurelj among the most serious. How many of thivast number do receive some sort of in? Probably no than a ul 225, A little over twenty per cent of the total. That is the number of Jewish children who at any given moment %  ing instructed in the Jewish heritage of mind and spirit; al%  it should be added that in lurse of their lives the number of our children who receive Jewish instruction, much or little, a higher proportion of total, approximately 60 per cent. But if at any moment you approach the million-headed proSINCERE WISHES for A HAPPY NEW YEAH EAGLE AWNING CO., Inc. 1758 N. E. 2nd Ave. .--. m and take out one hundred at random you will find that ap. mately 78 of them are being. in the Jewish cultural sense, disinherited. The figurejust cited are basic and. to a mind gifted with imagination, spiritual as well a* visual, they tell the story almost completely. It is not a story calcu•i. make us happier. It is a story that should fill us with anxiety for the future. It is a record that should set our best energies into motion in search of a remedy. Let us. for the time being, shift our attention from the T> pi I of the disinherited ami confine it to those of our children in America who are receiving instruction in the Jewish heritage. What sort lools do these children attend and what sort of instruction are they receiving'.' We have, to begin with, the week-day school, thi aftern 1 school that supplements the public secular school. In schools of this type there are approxi: ., %  |j 120,000 children throughout the country. In many of these schools the children meet five times k, in other only three times a week. The sessions also vary in length from a little over an hur £ Illllllll I Illlllllll = A HAPPY NEW YEAR 5 = TROPICAL GOATERY = E (lean. Well Flavored Goal 5 E Milk. Delivered E to two and even three hours. Moat of the schools are of the congregational type, that is. they are attached to definite synagogues or temples. Others are of a communal character, that is to say, they are independent institutions controlled by their own directors and. executives. Still others, the Yiddish schools, are part of the system aided and controlled by central bodies. Whatever substantial achievements can up to the present be credited to Jewish education in America, it is the week-day school which is entitled to the largest (Continued on Page 20) %  J %  %  % % % % % % %  BEST WISHES SINCERE WISHES tor A HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR McBRIDE HOTEL SrdAve. & W. Flagler St. MRS. 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Pag T{IE JEWISH FLORIDIAN Friday, September 27, t^ x<>M KIIMM'R ns I A• %  ment.Ii i 7. Y m Kippur, thi •' %  i %  money I BEST WISHES for ;i HAPPI NEW VEAR BEING HONEST Tonight we shall usher in Kosh Hashono. a New^Year. J*e J fervenl prayers and ask that .0 be granted a year of happmess, of neaiin and of prosperity How man, of you when asking ^J"g f lhin honest enough to ask himsell the question. Have 1 done tne bv those less fortunate than I?" Will mbe Mnccrc en, uuh toi ^ it is utter folly to ask that we be .ranted that which we m B *erj way have failed to give to one of our own human Jjmj"Dart i cu ] ar |y • It is traditionall) Jewish that on the eve of anj holiday. P arl '" ia d on the eve of .he penitential day,, we think of those who are in nd diSt W oS vou be hones, with yourself and feel that >OU are doing jusl a m ^L^JrZr^Z W85J5 ?or%ur less tfgfitfg the Jewish Welfare Bureau at the Congress building. It will help them ... It will help YOU. no blood kin of his. New York—The laumhing of nation-wide drive, to comm Mc I with the Jewish High Holiday 2 Bon, for the purpose of raisine i the United States the amount,'§.-,00.000 for Palestine Land R. demption was announced yestenj, by the Jewish National Fn n ^ America. (Continued on Next P BEST WISHES for A HAPPY NEW VEAR Daniel P. Galen MUNICIPAL JUDGE MIAMI BEACH V n K The • at I %  %  Cippu • art % %  Vlussaf 1 (afternoon S t of the Mussa %  f the Yon Ki| ir sen : • %  • %  %  T • Marl 5," tl : ed at thi tuse • f Hungarian Nail leader Adopted Sun of Rabbi Budapesl (WNS) The latest n ;: Hungary is the disv that Kanhauser Kaufman. yalt; of the Hungarian Nazis, is thi ted son of Rabbi Kaufman trice 1 •1;. |, First epoi ts stated that the natural son of e ii conclu .-nan. but the latter ext the J thai the Nazi leader was a •••ra 1 n ted Israel, The Lord is'G Vear in Jerusalem." VAL C. CLEARY City Councilman MIAMI BEACH ^iiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 11 uiiiiii nun mini immiiimii 11111111111111 1 1 iiiiiiiiimimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii itiiiiiiiiiiiiii uimmi 111 t To All We Say "A Most Happy New Year" ^1111111111111111111111111111111 inn 111 nun 111 1 mi 11 miiiiimmimmiiiimmmiiimiimmim mini mmimiiminmimiiiiiiiiii A Dr. :nd Mr-. Samuel Arono PY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. H. R. \dl.r PPY NEW YEAR H |ir. and Mr-. Frank 1 ore) %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR D Mr. and Mrs. II. M. Drevich Relatives and A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. Charles Goldstein Family and A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. D. Goodman Wish All Thi Ri at and A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. .la.k Hirsch and Sen Wish All Their Relatives at 1 Friends A HAPP1 SEW YEAR iimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii? Mr. and Mrs. Max Kasanoff and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A IIAPI'Y NEW YEAR Mr. Caul Haer '.. H -.i'i'Y SEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. Nat Blumherir VPPY NEW YEA*. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hulhin A HAPPY NEW YEAR E Mr. and Mr-. \. Einhorn Sons : K •. W • '• Their Relat Frit %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. Leon Blkin : Family %  and ; A I'i'Y SEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. A. Goldman Family Wi-h All Their Relatives and Frit A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. Max Jacobskind and Daughters \ Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY SEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. Leonard Ban A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. .Lewis Brown Wish Al Frit A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mrs. France.1. Berner and Family Friei A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Philip Berkowiti and Family All Their Rela Frk A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. William Clein and Family All Their Relativeand a Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. Leonard Kp-tein %  Wish '• Frit A HA I'I'Y NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. Joseph M. Fine W sh a:. Tl R<: %  .• %  I • A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. M. B. Frank and Family Wish All Thi Friei A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. I-idor Fine and Son Wish All Their Re stives and Friei A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Harry Freeman 111. Wishes All Hit Ri and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. Murry Crossman and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAH Mr. and Mr-. Ted Gulkis and DaUJ Wish All Their Relatives and ends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Rev. and Mrs. S. t.utman and Family Wi-h All ] aliveand Frii %  A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. ('. S. Jamison and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. l.ouiLtfltt and Family Wish All Their Relative? and Friends A HA I'I'Y NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Hyman N. Ler| and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR K Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kaler and Family All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Aaron Kanner anil S Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Eli levin and Family Wish All their Relatives ui Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR M Mr. Morris (.ulkis Friei A HA I'I'Y NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Joseph (ireenheri: and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Fi iends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. .1. I.. Kaufman and Family All Their Relatives and Friends A HA I'I'Y NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. < ha-, (ireenfield Family All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Morris Kotkin and FamilyWish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR H G Mr. and Mr-, l-idor Cohen Ul Their Relal Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. George Coldherc and Family Wish All Their Relatives and A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Hartz • s and Frii A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. A. Kronenfeld and Family Wish All Their Relatives and Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. Dave Kahn Arthur, i f Elizabeth, N. J. Wish All Their R la iv, „nd Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mrs. H. Mandel and Family Wish All Their Relatives ar.d Friends A HAPPY NEW YEAR Mr. and Mr-. 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